The Mark Hastings Experience – Episode #41: “Goodfellas”

“In this episode Mark talks about one of his favourite films: the 1990 American crime film “Goodfellas”, directed by Martin Scorsese – which is an adaptation of the 1985 non-fiction book “Wiseguy” by Nicholas Pileggi, who also co-wrote the screenplay of “Goodfellas” with Scorsese. The premise of the film revolves around the rise and the fall of mob associate Henry Hill and his interactions with many people who were a member of organised crime in New York City between 1955 and 1980. The film stars Ray Little as Henry Hill, Lorraine Bracco as Karen Hill (Henry’s wife), Robert De Niro as Jimmy Conway, Joe Pesci as Tommy DeVito, and Paul Sorvino as Pauline Cicero, as well as many other incredible stand-out performances by many amazing actors. “Goodfellas” has continuously been highly regarded and heralded by both film critics and film fans alike as being one of the greatest films ever made, particularly in the gangster genre, since its release – and its content and style has been emulated numerous times on both television and in other films.”

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