Paramount will finance and distribute the sixth joint film by Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese, Killers of the Flowers Moont, written by Variety. This means that this movie, in contrast to Scorsese’s latest work, The Irishman, can be viewed by the audience in cinema. (The Irishman, starring Robert De Niro and Al Pacino, was made for Netflix.)
The Killers of the Flowers Moon David Grann’s journalist’s adaptation of the documentary of 2017, published in Hungarian by Strangled Flowers. He is processing a series of murders that occurred in the 1920s in Oklahoma. At that time, oil was found in one of the Indian tribes, and at first it seemed to be possible to agree with them. In exchange for the Indians because they went into oil production, they promised a share of profits that could have been among the richest in America.
But after the agreement, a special series of murders began, all of the victims were members of the tribe. Dozens of freshly enriched Indians were shot with cold blood, they were shot by the head, they were poisoned, and they were blown up by their house. Most murders have never been condemned. The local police corruption that allowed the bleeding was a national scandal and contributed to the formation of the FBI, the first success of the founder, Edgar Hoover. (For more details, please refer to this article.)