A new Martin Scorsese film is always an event and his latest film, the religious drama Silence, is a passion project for the director that has been gestating for 28 years. Closer in tone to Kundun than The Wolf of Wall Street, it’s also the director’s first film in years that doesn’t star Leonardo DiCaprio.

Adam Driver and Andrew Garfield star as Jesuit priests in search of their mentor (Liam Neeson) in the Japanese jungle, where their attempts to convert the locals is met with savage persecution.

Silence is in cinemas on February 16.