How Martin Scorsese Juxtaposes the Simplicity of Neorealism With the Complexity of Postmodernism

In a recent episode of “Frame by Frame” by the Film Theorists, host Kyle takes a look at the iconic style of director Martin Scorsese and how his films juxtapose the slow, simple and realistic pace of neorealism with the frenetic speed of postmodernism.

Today Kyle is talking about the man, the myth, the Martin Scorsese! – one of the most prolific filmmakers that ever lived. From Taxi Driver to Goodfellas, how does he continually put out masterpiece after masterpiece? Well there is a method to his madness, and the keyword is juxtaposition.