‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ is a reminder to confront unflinchingly cruel sides of history often forgotten
By Ben Konuch
“There might be some insurrection for a while. But then people forget that. They don't remember and they don't care. It will be another ordinary everyday tragedy."
Martin Scorsese’s newest film, “Killers of the Flower Moon,” is by no means an easily accessible film to watch. Its runtime is close to three and a half hours, it holds a firm R rating and deals with some of the bleakest subject matter I’ve seen in a major Hollywood production.
Yet in spite of ...