Martin Scorsese’s Killers Of The Flower Moon Praised By Former Osage Nation Chief

“Killers of the Flower Moon” relies on David Grann’s bestselling nonfiction guide, and the script is co-written by Martin Scorsese and Eric Roth, a veteran screenwriter with six Academy Award nominations to his identify (and one win for “Forrest Gump”). Leonardo DiCaprio was initially set to play Tom White, the FBI agent who investigates the Osage Murders, however in response to The Hollywood Reporter, the script was revised and DiCaprio modified roles to “portray villain Robert De Niro’s nephew, torn between love and the evil machinations of his uncle.”

Jesse Plemons now performs the FBI agent, and from what Jim Gray writes, it sounds just like the script underwent additional revisions to heart it extra on Lily Gladstone’s character, Mollie Burkhart, and do justice to the Osage’s story moderately than the FBI’s origins. Early critiques out of Cannes appear to point this has paid off, as “Killers of the Flower Moon” is at the moment sitting fairly with a 96% score on Rotten Tomatoes.

For these unfamiliar with the true story behind “Killers of the Flower Moon,” be forewarned that Gray’s subsequent feedback might be thought of “spoilers” within the sense that they expose what’s already a matter of historic file:

“It was 100 years ago when John Ramsey murdered my Great-Grandfather Henry Roan and watching his murder on the screen was difficult to watch knowing my late mother lost her mother and her brother in a car accident shortly thereafter and she was an orphan by the end of that decade. She hardly talked about it for years but when she did, she told me I was named after her baby brother James and her grandpa Henry Roan so we will never forget him.”

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