Johnny's movies

Boston waiting anxiously the arrival of Johnny Depp and his Black Mass in theaters

Posted in Books, Johnny Depp, movies by Anna Maria Polidori on April 7, 2015

A first analysis of movie and expectations on the Boston Herald



Bostonians are anxious to see Black Mass and what they wish for Johnny Depp 11136700_916942995011954_7858734634046874516_n is that this movie can be a real hit. The city and citizens are hoping  to be a good omen for Johnny’s career. Johnny Depp will be back in fact portraying a real character in Black Mass.

And what a real character!

Whitey Bulger Whitey_Bulger  10433842_294206544086329_1853548928510790858_n (Copy 1)   Bulger and his various faces
Whitey Bulger whitey 4  is the most notorious criminal still existing in the face of the USA, and his criminal activity one of the most important ones.

During the 70s and 80s Whitey’s gang terrorized an entire area of Boston, Southie (South Boston). It meant for the city a period of terror, of general crisis, of lack of productivity for a portion of the city. It meant death and destruction.

Captured after 16 years on run june 22 2011 in sunny locality Santa Monica, California, the sentence of the trial celebrated in 2013 didn’t leave any escapism for this criminal: two life sentences.
At the moment Bulger is convicted in a prison in Florida, because he convinced according to the Boston Globe a psychologist, while he was convicted previously in Tucson of passing him a cell phone for doing some private calls. Strong of the idea he is anyway a “character” he had started to present to everyone pictures of stars with his own autograph. Bulger is a Marylin Monroe’s fan.

He also wrote to a friend and long-term correspondent adding more or less these words: “Don’t hesitate. When you want, sell on Ebay all the letters I sent you. Do that. It will be a great business for you”. The other inmates treated him as a sort of hero.

While Johnny 10547671_297200410453609_4781995239279213270_n (Copy 1) was filming Black Mass last summer Whitey Bulger in Tucson was living his days as a criminal celebrity Whitey in Tucson as well.

The movie where Johnny plays the role of Bulger is based on the book written by the two former investigative reporters and writers of the Boston Globe Dick lehr_portraitLehr  and Gerard O’Neill: Black Mass,  Black Mass Book Cover Whitey Bulger, The F.B.I. and a Devil’s Deal”.
This book treats maybe one of the most delicate situations lived in the entire criminal “Whitey” Bulger’s criminal story: the involvement of some people of the local F.B.I. in the criminal activity of Whitey Bulger. Whitey Bulger in fact was, it seems, an informant of the F.B.I…

Anna Maria Polidori


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