Shutter island 2010 | Maybe this is not the kind of film that is usually made by Martin Scorsese. It's also not the type of movie Oscar which I believe is the reason why the scheduled end of the year could be pushed back to February. Shutter Island is a thriller mystery movie.
Based on the novel by Dennis Lehane (Mystic River, Gone Baby Gone), Shutter Island tells the U.S. marshals, Teddy Daniels (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his partner, Chuck Aule (Mark Ruffalo), who conducted the investigation into the disappearance of one of his female patients at home Mental Hospital Ashecliff on a remote island Shutter Island. At first glance, any audience would have been able to guess the biggest twist this film before the first five minutes. The film is not only about the part of that cliche. But there are also some twists that may be missed on the first viewing plus a tricky ending.
His narrative is an even more special. How is the mystery of the opening and then obfuscated parallelized with memory and reality of marriage, the Nazis until the cold war (I'm trying to avoid spoilers-after much see the reviews Shutter Island full of spoilers without a warning). And Shutter Island is an effective thriller with a gripping story, scenes and words are disgusting. This movie has a classic atmosphere thick. The music in the film sounds like a mystery thriller movies 40s era, and the visual is very pretty in the context of a dark-fashioned to resemble film complete with rain, lightning, smoking, use of green screen and narrative style. And of course, Shutter Island should be watched more than once if you want to further understand the total view Scorsese in making a modern horror classic.