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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by Bulldozer, Nov 28, 2019.
I noticed the two buttons on the cuffs as per here
There were a few photos of it in another thread here some time ago I remember. It looked very much like a vintage jacket to me, if anything it really seemed it ought to have looked a little less 'vintage' in the film, given it would only be a couple of years old.
Liked the wool jacket he wore in there too.
You’re right about that! This jacket would have been nearly new in the flashback scenes.
What are the white tags he has stuck on the chest, collar and on the cap?
Looks like there are a couple of black ones too.
Are they asome sort of marks for CGI effects later on?
Def vintage, and possibly the best thing I've watched in a while.
guess is a 40s Windward.
Fell asleep, so didn’t watch all 3.5hrs...
Does he get shot? Looks like some SFX markings to me.
Watching second time today
The dots would be reference points for the de-ageing effects they did I would guess.
Good movie. I saw it in the theatre. Should've had an intermission. If you get the large soda, and you are normal, you will have to pee before the end of the 3.5 hr movie is over.
Looks a bit long in the non-movie shots.
his jacket had shaving accidents lol.
I see de Niro always raise his eyebrows and pull his mouth inward on camera, he looks a lot more normal when not doing that from the pics off camera.
Ever since De Niro drifted out of strictly dramatic roles into his few sad stints at attempting to be a comedian he tends to wear that goofy grin.
Awesome jacket! That plaid sports jacket on the guy next to him is also brilliant. Makes me really want to watch the film.
IMO He's the wrong man for this part...…..
Brendan Gleeson looks more like the real Frank Sheeran.
Joe Pesci's best performance.....
Scorcese is one of those directors who has a roster of actors and actresses he uses again and again, kinda like what David Mamet use to do. For what it's worth, here's Scorcese on the set of the film: