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In ‘Silence,’ Renowned Director Martin Scorsese Explores Freedom of Belief

Director Martin Scorsese at the American Cinematheque conversation with Director Martin Scorsese and Producer Irwin Winkler at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, Calif. on Dec. 3.  (Photo by Jonathan Leibson/Getty Images for Paramount Pictures)
Director Martin Scorsese at the American Cinematheque conversation with Director Martin Scorsese and Producer Irwin Winkler at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, Calif. on Dec. 3. (Photo by Jonathan Leibson/Getty Images for Paramount Pictures)

What is it like to face the ultimate test of your most fundamental beliefs? Director Martin Scorsese explores this question in his latest film, based...




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