Earlier this year, Martin Scorsese wrapped production on his long-awaited historical drama Silence. Written by Gangs of New York screenwriter Jay Cocks, it's the story of two 17th century priests that travel to Japan, starring Liam Neeson, Andrew Garfield and Adam Driver. This has been a passion project for the director for quite some time and expectations are very high.
Now we have a question for you: What is Martin Scorsese's greatest film? We're going to count anything that he directed. Feel free to vote for an early work like Boxcar Bertha or Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore a widely-hailed masterpiece like Taxi Driver or Goodfellas or something more recent like The Departed or The Wolf of Wall Street. You can even go for one of his half-forgotten movies like Kundun or Bringing Out the Dead. Pick any Scorsese movie you want, but please just vote once and only for a single selection.