A hidden clue in Leonardo DiCaprio’s classic film has people saying it’s “one of the most unexpected twists” they’ve ever seen… – UNILAD

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A hidden clue in Leonardo DiCaprio’s classic film has people saying it’s “one of the most unexpected twists” they’ve ever seen… – UNILAD

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Movie buffs are calling a Leonardo DiCaprio film “one of the most unexpected twists” of all time.

Leonardo DiCaprio is one of Hollywood’s biggest actors, starring in some of the biggest films on the planet.

Classic it is Titanic to of course his emblematic role in the wolf of Wall Streetchoosing the 49-year-old’s best film is a tricky task.

Another DiCaprio film, perhaps a little less known than the others, is Shutter Island.

The 2010 release saw DiCaprio reunite with legendary director Martin Scorsese, with whom he had previously worked on Aviator, the Wolf of Wall Street And New York gangs.

The duo teamed up with Mark Ruffalo and Ben Kingsley to Shutter Islandin which DiCaprio played a U.S. Marshal sent to a remote island to investigate a missing patient – or so we thought.

Those who watched the film will know what happens, but even today, moviegoers notice new things.

One particular detail was brought to the attention of many fanatics by an account called “Creepy.org” on X, formerly known as Twitter.

Did you spot the detail?  (Paramount Pictures)

Did you spot the detail? (Paramount Pictures)

“In ‘Shutter Island’ (2010), every time Leonardo smokes in the film, he gets his cigarettes lit by someone else. This shows he was a patient because mentally ill people are not allowed to have matches,” they wrote.

Many fans have since flocked to the comments section of the X post after making this revelation.

“It’s an insane amount of attention to detail and it makes the film even more beautiful.” one user wrote.

“For me, this is probably one of the most unexpected twists and turns I’ve seen in a movie,” wrote a second.

A third wrote: “This movie has one of the highest repeat values. » While a fourth disagreed: “Actually, it has no repeat value. You can watch the scenes to experience an incredible film, but it doesn’t hit you like the first time you watch it!”

The film is quite popular among fans, earning an audience score of 77% on Rotten Tomatoes.

Leonardo DiCaprion in Shutter Island.  (Paramount Pictures)

Leonardo DiCaprion in Shutter Island. (Paramount Pictures)

However, the film is not Scorsese’s favorite, as he revealed in an interview with GQ.

Scorsese explained that Shutter Island came to fruition after his 2006 film Deceased won him the Academy Award for Best Director.

Victory ‘encouraged [Scorsese] take another photo with Shutter Island – but it wasn’t the smartest decision.

“It turned out that I probably should have continued doing Silence,” he said.

Silence, which was released in 2016, starring Liam Neeson and Andrew Garfield.

Topics: Leonardo DiCaprio, Martin Scorsese, Film and TV

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