Martin Scorsese's film Killers of the Flower Moon explores the horrifyingly real tale of the Osage killings in 1920s Oklahoma.
The investigation into a string of killings that targeted Osage tribal members is the subject of the movie.
As Ernest Burkhart, a confused character divided between his family's complicity in the atrocities and his own moral compass, DiCaprio gives a complex portrayal.
William Hale, the mastermind behind the Osage killings, is portrayed by Robert De Niro.
The character of Mollie Burkhart is deepened and given emotional resonance by Lily Gladstone.
The heartland of America serves as the setting for the film's compelling story.
Due to Scorsese's excellent directing, the 1920s come to life.
Robbie Robertson's eerie soundtrack for the movie amplifies the narrative's emotional effect.
Killers of the Flower Moon has won praise from critics for its compelling performances and strong storyline.
A disturbing and memorable movie that has a big impact is Killers of the Flower Moon.