In the new trailer for the Netflix movie “The Irishman,” individuals will see the past come to life as the lives of Jimmy Hoffa, Russell Bufalino, and the Bufalino crime family’s alleged hitman Frank Sheeran is happened in a story of composed wrongdoing, in light of the book “I Heard You Paint Houses.”
Directed by Martin Scorsese, it’s an A-list cast with actors including Robert De Niro as Sheeran, Al Pacino as Hoffa, Joe Pesci as Bufalino.
Bufalino, the man who might be known as one of the most dominant mafia bosses, lived in Kingston.
Jessica Appolo lives down the street and thinks the film will do well.
“Even reading the book, some of the places that were named, you recognize them right away and you sense that this is a part of our area,” said Appolo.
David Yonki is a local political and popular culture blogger.
“Anytime you have a story about a local resident, it kind of adds to the color of the area, no matter whether it was deemed good or bad, or alleged,” said Yonki.
Al Gomez was a featured extra in the movie as a partner of legendary mafia boss Sam Giacana.
“We went to wardrobe and everything. It was set up like it was in the ’60s so I’m looking, I’m like, I look pretty ridiculous right now, but it actually can out very good,” said Gomez.
While history remembers Russell Bufalino as a powerful mobster, Yonki says he was liberal to the general population in his home community.
“Especially after the anthracite mines closed that he would be giving out shoes to young people, to children and helping people out and charitable causes,” said Yonki,
“The Irishman” is set to be released at the New York Film Festival in September.