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Martin Scorsese Had ‘Zero Expectations’ for 'Departed' Oscars

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After putting the final touches on his 2006 crime drama “The Departed,” director Martin Scorsese was understandably proud. But a frequent collaborator says he was also sure the film — which turns 10 today — had no chance at the Oscars. “He was obviously extremely proud of the film, as was everybody,” Emma Tillinger-Koskoff, a frequent collaborator with Scorsese, told TheWrap.

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