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Scorsese showed this Otto Preminger-directed noir from 1944 to <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB001391" title="Leonardo DiCaprio" href="/topic/entertainment/leonardo-dicaprio-PECLB001391.topic">Leonardo DiCaprio</a> and Mark Ruffalo, who play federal marshals. "It was the nature of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB000166" title="Dana Andrews" href="/topic/entertainment/dana-andrews-PECLB000166.topic">Dana Andrews</a>' behavior, his body language, and then his falling in love with a ghost," Scorsese says of the actor, who plays a police detective investigating a murder. "He doesn't look at anybody -- he's not going to be taken in by any of these witnesses."
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Scorsese showed this Otto Preminger-directed noir from 1944 to Leonardo DiCaprio and Mark Ruffalo, who play federal marshals. "It was the nature of Dana Andrews' behavior, his body language, and then his falling in love with a ghost," Scorsese says of the actor, who plays a police detective investigating a murder. "He doesn't look at anybody -- he's not going to be taken in by any of these witnesses."

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