The film “The Irishman,” one of the year’s most anticipated titles, comes out on Nov. 1. Though the movie is a Netflix project, the streaming service is releasing the crime drama in theaters ahead of its on-demand debut. Luckily for those wanting to watch director Martin Scorsese’s latest film, there is a way to see it without paying the price of a movie ticket.

Netflix will release “The Irishman” in select theaters starting on Nov. 1. (You can see where the film is playing near you here.) While the movie will not be eligible to stream until the end of the month -- the film is due to release on Netflix on Nov. 27-- there is a way to watch it for free when it does make its debut on the platform.

For new Netflix subscribers, the service offers the option of signing up for a free 30-day trial. Agreeing to the terms of the trial means those wanting to see “The Irishman” in the comfort of their own home can do so for free. It doesn’t matter which of the Netflix plans you choose (Basic $8.99 per month, Standard $12.99 per month, or Premium $15.99 per month) as the movie will be available for all plans.

The plans are eligible to be canceled at any time, though, if you are going for the free trial, know that you will have to enter your credit card information on the site for a potential future charge should you decide to stay with Netflix.

“The Irishman” shows the inner workings of the organized crime world told through the eyes of a WWII veteran and hitman Frank Sheeran (Robert De Niro). The movie spans across decades and touches on “one of the greatest unsolved mysteries in American history,” the disappeared of labor union leader Jimmy Hoffa (Al Pacino), according to the official synopsis.

The star-studded film also features Joe Pesci, Anna Paquin, Harvey Keitel, Ray Romano, Jesse Plemmons, and Bobby Cannavale. Steven Zaillian of “Schindler’s List” fame pens the screenplay, which is based on the Charles Brandt book “I Heard You Paint Houses.”

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Joe Pesci, Robert De Niro, and Al Pacino in the movie poster for "The Irishman." Netflix