Where to Watch Martin Scorsese’s ‘The Irishman’ Around Westchester

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 be released 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. While no county film houses have any scheduled showings, here’s where to watch The Irishman in theaters near Westchester. For complete dates and showtimes, check the schedule here.

 

Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers

2548 Central Park Avenue, Yonkers
2 showings a day starting Thursday, November 14

 

Bow Tie Cinema 100

93 Knollwood Road, White Plains

2 showings a day starting Thursday, November 14

Bow Tie Mount Kisco Cinemas

144 Main Street, Mount Kisco

2 showings a day starting Thursday, November 14

 

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Bow Tie Majestic 6

118 Summer St, Stamford
6 showings a day starting Friday, November 8

Bow Tie Ultimate Regent 8

64 North Main St, South Norwalk
3-4 shows daily starting Friday, November 15

Teaser image of Martin Scorsese is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.

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