Scorsese

Working With The Best

12/20/2002
Editor and Publisher
When the now legendary film director Martin Scorsese first discovered Herbert Asbury’s book “Gangs of New York” in 1970, and decided to make it into a film, Rick Schwartz was a 2-year-old growing up in a Modern Orthodox home in Teaneck, N.J. It took three decades for Scorsese to complete his dream — the much-anticipated epic film opens this weekend — and it was helped along by hundreds of people.
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