‘The Big Shave’: Scorsese’s Student Film Project 1967

“For his final project as a student of New York University’s film school, Martin Scorsese produced the six-minute short The Big Shave as an anti-Vietnam piece for an “Angry Arts Against The War” demonstration. Dialogue-free and employing only a single location and character, Scorsese took a simple premise and crafted an accomplished and unsettling piece that is said to be a comment on the self-destructive nature of U.S. intervention in Vietnam.

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Erik R. Adler

Erik Adler is the Editorial Director for Alpha Brand Media. An avid cyclist, when he's not working he can be found restoring vintage bikes for his collection. Proud Estonian. Not so proud Ticats fan.
 The Big Shave: Scorseses Student Film Project 1967
 The Big Shave: Scorseses Student Film Project 1967

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