Through Max's perspective the player realizes that no matter how quickly they play through the opening fifteen minutes--there is no way to save his wife or to stop the gun shot that silences an infant's crying. And that's the first fifteen minutes.
I was a high school sophomore when I discovered the words film noir. Words that encompassed vast works of literature and film that still hold a special place in modern literature and film. Taxi Driver (written by Paul Schrader and directed by Martin Scorsese, with Robert Deniro playing the lead) was my introduction to the genre. So I was pleasantly … Continue reading Reasons I write Noir: Scorsese’s Taxi Driver and the Pathology of Loneliness