Taxi Driver

(1976)

DVD , Rated R

Director:

Martin Scorsese

Cinematographer:

Michael Chapman

Genre:

Was nominated for an Oscar at the 1977 Academy Awards for 'Best Picture'. Jodie Foster and Robert DeNiro were also nominated for 'Best Actress' and 'Best Actor'.

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Keywords:

  • set in the 1970's
  • violence
  • New York City
  • Manhattan
  • urban poor
  • neo noir
  • prostitute
  • street life
  • Times Square
  • political campaign
  • shooting
  • bloody
  • urban landscape
  • vietnam vet
  • gunman
  • gun
  • taxi
  • pimp
  • sociopath
  • hold up
  • drug dealer
  • city life
  • movie theatre