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In The Irishman, the phrase "I heard you paint houses" is used, but its meaning may not be as direct as some would expect it to be. Directed by Martin Scorsese, the Netflix film chronicles the life and times of Frank Sheeran, a former Teamsters official who admitted to various crimes shortly before his 2003 death at age 83. Sheeran's confessions are detailed in Charles Brandt's 2004[/has_googlemeta5][has_googlemeta6]. "The paint is the blood that supposedly gets on the floor when you shoot somebody," Sheeran helpfully explained in the book "I Heard You Paint Houses" (2004), written by a lawyer and former . The Irishman is based on the 2004 biography of Sheeran's life called I Heard You Paint Houses by writer Charles Brandt. Some people don't believe the confession, but it's plausible; he
"I Heard You Paint Houses is the best Mafia book I ever read, and believe me, I read them all. It's so authentic." — Steven Van Zandt, featured actor, "Silvio Dante," in The Sopranos and musician in Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band. "I heard you paint houses?" is a question that Frank Sheeran was asked a lot, alluding to his willingness to get rid of people. In this book, Frank Sheeran paints a LOT of houses, including his admittance to the killing of Jimmy Hoffa.. About I Heard You Paint Houses. The inspiration for the major motion picture, THE IRISHMAN. Includes an Epilogue and a Conclusion that detail substantial post-publication corroboration of Frank Sheeran's confessions to the killings of Jimmy Hoffa and Joey Gallo. "Sheeran's confession that he killed Hoffa in the manner described in the book is supported by the forensic evidence, is . Since publishing I Heard You Paint Houses 15 years ago, we have received substantial independent third party corroboration of its revelations and conclusions, so much in fact that we added a 57
I Heard You Paint Houses: Frank "The Irishman" Sheeran and Closing the Case on Jimmy Hoffa is a 2004 work of narrative nonfiction written by former homicide prosecutor, investigator and defense attorney Charles Brandt that chronicles the life of Frank Sheeran, an alleged mafia hitman who confesses the crimes he committed working for the Bufalino crime family.. Then, six months later, a small publishing house in Hanover, New Hampshire, unleashed a shocker titled I Heard You Paint Houses. It was written by Charles Brandt, a medical malpractice lawyer who. According to Sheeran, the first conversation he had with Hoffa was over the phone, where Hoffa started by saying, "I heard you paint houses"—a mob code meaning "I heard that you kill people", the "paint" being spattered blood. Sheeran later became acting president of Local 326 of the Teamsters Union in Wilmington, Delaware.