This is a collection of three early works by Martin Scorsese and a must for the collection of any fan.

The 1st is Italianamerican (1974) which features Scorsese’s parents in their apartment. His parents are fascinating storytellers and interweave their own experiences as Italian Americans with a history of New York itself.

The 2nd is The Big Shave (1967) which he made as a metaphor for the Vietnam War and was produced as his final project in film class at N.Y.U. A man walks into a sterile bathroom then proceeds to shave until he pierces through his skin.

The 3rd film American Boy (1978) is a profile of Steven Prince. Scorsese gives the viewer an in depth view into the man's life and due to Prince's wonderful role as a story teller, the tales he tells are fascinating, some silly, and some so outlandish you have to doubt their sincerity.

Be sure to visit our webisite at WWW.REVOK.COM to check out more rare and hard-to-find DVDs and movie memorabilia.

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