Tina Sinatra would prefer that Martin Scorsese direct her father’s biopic her way, the New York Post reports. "Marty wants it to be hard-hitting and showcase the violent, sexually charged, hard-drinking Frank, but Tina wants to show the softer side of her dad and let the focus be on the music," a source says. A Scorsese spokesperson denies any friction between the director and Sinatra, the film's executive producer.
"The '60s were a very swinging time for Frank—he was having sex with a garden variety of bimbos and cementing his Rat Pack status. It's a really key time to his mythology," the source says. "And Tina really wants to make sure that a sanitized Frank comes through, and that it's not overly negative."