Did you like ‘The Irishman’, masterpiece of master Martin Scorsese? Then this list is perfect for you. Below, not only did we bring works similar to the film in question, but even better. There’s a bit of everything, with films from various eras and with truly fascinating characters. Let’s go to the list!
10º – Blood and Bones (Yôichi Sai, 2004)Taking shape during the first half of the 20th century in Japan, the film will tell the whole story of an unscrupulous businessman, exposing all of his rustic way of dealing with the world and, mainly, his family. ‘Blood and Bones’ is a masterpiece of Japanese cinema, leading us through a disturbing story, but one that does not cease to be noted as irresistible.
9º – The Big Heat (Fritz Lang, 1953)A police officer obsessed with seeing himself in an inexorable battle against a crime syndicate. In his quest for justice against criminals, the policeman will know the worst in humanity. Directed by Fritz Lang, ‘The Big Heat’ brings a hard story about the intricacies of the mafia, showing the way each individual thinks and all its brutality.
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