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    • Starring

    • Leonardo DiCaprio
    • Daniel Day-Lewis
    • Cameron Diaz


    • Jim Broadbent
    • John C. Reilly
    • Henry Thomas
    • Brendan Gleeson

      Directed By

    • Martin Scorsese

      Screenplay By

    • Jay Cocks
    • Steven Zaillian
    • Kenneth Longergan


    Behind The Scenes


    About The Film

    "Gangs of New York" unfolds in 1860s lower Manhattan during a period of great unrest in America. With the Civil War underway, the country was torn apart and on the brink of chaos. For the lower-class inhabitants of New York City, a war was also raging closer to their home in the Five Points, one of the poorest neighborhoods in America, where rival gangs fought continuously for control of the streets.

    In this time of lawlessness and rampant political corruption, the film follows the story of Amsterdam Vallon (Leonardo DiCaprio), a young Irish-American immigrant. Released from prison after fifteen years, he returns to the Five Points bent on revenge against Bill the Butcher (Daniel Day-Lewis), the powerful anti-immigrant gang leader who killed Amsterdam’s father. However, Amsterdam finds his difficulties increasing when he meets Jenny Everdeane (Cameron Diaz), a pickpocket whose fierce independence and undeniable beauty fascinate him, but complicates his plan.

    The Cast

    Leonardo DiCaprio ... Amsterdam Vallon

    Daniel Day-Lewis ... Bill 'The Butcher' Cutting

    Cameron Diaz ... Jenny Everdeane

    Jim Broadbent ... William 'Boss' Tweed

    John C. Reilly ... Happy Jack Mulraney

    Henry Thomas ... Johnny Sirocco

    Liam Neeson ... 'Priest' Vallon

    Brendan Gleeson ... Walter 'Monk' McGinn

    The Filmmakers

    Martin Scorsese

    Jay Cocks
    And Steven Zaillian
    And Kenneth Lonergan

    Michael Ovitz
    Bob Weinstein
    Rick Yorn
    Michael Hausman
    Maurizio Grimaldi

    Alberto Grimaldi
    Harvey Weinstein




    Best Picture - Alberto Grimaldi, Harvey Weinstein
    Best Actor - Daniel Day-Lewis
    Best Director - Martin Scorsese
    Best Writing, Original Screenplay - Jay Cocks (screenplay/story), Steven Zaillian (screenplay), Kenneth Lonergan (screenplay)
    Best Cinematography - Michael Ballhaus
    Best Music, Original Song - Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, Larry Mullen Jr.
    Best Art Direction-Set Decoration - Dante Ferretti (art director), Francesca Lo Schiavo (set decorator)
    Best Sound - Tom Fleischman, Eugene Gearty, Ivan Sharrock
    Best Costume Design - Sandy Powell
    Best Editing - Thelma Schoonmaker


    Best Actor - Daniel Day-Lewis


    Best Film - Alberto Grimaldi, Harvey Weinstein
    David Lean Award for Direction - Martin Scorsese
    Best Original Screenplay - Jay Cocks, Steven Zaillian, Kenneth Lonergan
    Best Cinematography - Michael Ballhaus
    Best Production Design - Dante Ferretti
    Best Sound - Tom Fleischman, Ivan Sharrock, Eugene Gearty, Philip Stockton
    Best Costume Design - Sandy Powell
    Best Make Up/Hair - Manlio Rocchetti, Aldo Signoretti
    Best Editing - Thelma Schoonmaker
    Anthony Asquith Award for Film Music - Howard Shore
    Best Special Visual Effects - R. Bruce Steinheimer, Michael Owens, Edward Hirsh, Jon Alexander


    Best Director, Motion Picture - Martin Scorsese
    Best Original Song, Motion Picture - Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, Larry Mullen Jr.


    Best Motion Picture, Drama
    Best Actor, Motion Picture Drama - Daniel Day-Lewis
    Best Supporting Actress, Motion Picture - Cameron Diaz


    Movie of the Year