Where to Watch Martin Scorsese’s 'The Irishman' in the Hudson Valley

Based on Charles Brandt's true crime novel, I Heard You Paint Houses, the Netflix-produced film is in select theaters only.


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Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman, a Netflix-produced film formed on the basis of Charles Brandt’s true crime novel I Heard You Paint Houses, is in theaters, but only in a very small handful of them and for a short period of time, until about mid-December. Come November 27, the movie will available digitally on Netflix's streaming platform.

However, with a $200 million budget, this is Scorsese’s priciest project to date, and that alone makes this cinematic gangster film masterpiece worth catching on the big screen. Here’s where to watch The Irishman in theaters in the Hudson Valley. For complete dates and showtimes, check the schedule here.

 

Lafayette Theater
97 Lafayette Ave, Suffern

Moviehouse
48 Main St, Millerton


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TEASER IMAGE OF MARTIN SCORSESE IS LICENSED UNDER THE CREATIVE COMMONS ATTRIBUTION 3.0 UNPORTED LICENSE.

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