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  2. Dec 31, 2003 · Seen after 25 years, “Mean Streets” is a little creaky at times; this is an early film by a director who was still learning, and who learned so fast that by 1976 he would be ready to make “Taxi Driver,” one of the greatest films of all time, also with De Niro and Keitel.

  3. Martin Scorsese’s Mean Streets is a true original of our period, a triumph of personal filmmaking. It has its own hallucinatory look; the charac­ters live in the darkness of bars, with lighting and color just this side of lurid. It has its own unsettling, episodic rhythm and a high-charged emo­tional range that is dizzyingly sensual.

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  4. Martin Scorsese’s Mean Streets is a true original of our period, a triumph of personal filmmaking. It has its own hallucinatory look; the charac­ters live in the darkness of bars, with lighting and color just this side of lurid. It has its own unsettling, episodic rhythm and a high-charged emo­tional range that is dizzyingly sensual.

  5. May 14, 2021 · Review of Mean Streets (1973) By Amheretojudge (1,011) on 09 Dec 2018 Scorsese's equations for raunchy narrow minded brother is an awe inspiring formula that works magically as a family drama rather than your… Read Review Review of Mean Streets (1973) By Raffaele A (116) on 29 Nov 2018

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