Every fall, the New York Film Festival arrives to remind you of the pleasures of sitting in the dark with a community of movie nuts as new worlds and visions open your mind and blow it. This year’s edition — 153 movies, two dozen talks, assorted free events — offers plenty of chances for mind-and-spirit expansion with new and old movies, short and long. If you’ve never seen Bela Tarr’s seven-hour masterwork, “Satantango,” now’s your chance. The opening-night title — Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman” — is comparatively fleet at three hours, 29 minutes. Scorsese’s latest revisits the mystery of Jimmy Hoffa (Al Pacino), the combative Teamster boss who went missing in 1975. It has its world premiere Friday (there will be 10 screenings!) and is, as you would expect, the most frantically anticipated movie at the festival, which runs through Oct. 13. Every new Scorsese movie is an event, this one more than most given that it finds the director again exploring crime in America with some of his legendary, career-defining collaborators: Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Harvey Keitel. All the showings are sold out, but the standby lines might answer your prayers. The movie opens theatrically Nov. 1… Read full this story
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