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Source:  /Film

Martin Scorsese has “The Irishman” premiering at the New York Film Festival this week, but if you want to jump further back (much further back) into his career, you’ve come to the right place.

“Street Scenes,” a long-lost 1970 documentary the legendary filmmaker directed, has finally resurfaced.

The film documents two different protests against the Vietnam War, one in New York City and another in Washington, D.C.

Scorsese worked on the film with fellow NYU students, including Oliver Stone who was one of the camera operators.

Watch “Street Scenes” above or on YouTube.

Read the story at /Film.


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