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Conversations with Wilder In Conversations With Wilder, Hollywood S Legendary And Famously Elusive Director Billy Wilder Agrees For The First Time To Talk Extensively About His Life And WorkHere, In An Extraordinary Book With Than Black And White Photographs Including Film Posters, Stills, Grabs, And Never Before Seen Pictures From Wilder S Own Collection The Ninety Three Year Old Icon Talks To Cameron Crowe, One Of Today S Best Known Writer Directors, About Thirty Years At The Very Heart Of Hollywood, And About Screenwriting And Camera Work, Set Design And Stars, His Peers And Their Movies, The Studio System And Films Today In His Distinct Voice We Hear Wilder S Inside View On His Collaborations With Such Stars As Barbara Stanwyck, Gary Cooper, Marilyn Monroe, Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis, William Holden, Audrey Hepburn, And Greta Garbo He Was A Writer At MGM During The Making Of Ninotchka Here Are Wilder S Sharp And Funny Behind The Scenes Stories About The Making Of A Foreign Affair, Double Indemnity, Sunset Boulevard, Love In The Afternoon, Some Like It Hot, The Apartment, And Ace In The Hole, Among Many Others Wilder Is Ever Mysterious, But Crowe Gets Him To Speak Candidly On Stanwyck She Knew The Script, Everybody S Lines, Never A Fault, Never A Mistake On Cary Grant I Had Cary Grant In Mind For Four Of My Pictures Slipped Through My Net Every Time On The Lubitsch Touch It Was The Elegant Use Of The Super Joke Wilder Also Remembers His Early Years In Vienna, Working As A Journalist In Berlin, Rooming With Peter Lorre At The Chateau Marmont Always With The Same Dry Wit, Tough Minded Romanticism, And Elegance That Are The Hallmarks Of Wilder S Films This Book Is A Classic Of Hollywood History And Lore This is one of the best books I ve ever read about filmmaking and filmmakers It s so obvious Cameron Crowe writer and director of Almost Famous, Say Anything, and manyloves and respects Billy Wilder that comes through throughout this collection of interviews. da leggere, rileggere, compulsare una chiacchierata che incanta, con uno dei registi pi straordinari di sempre non solo un intervista allievo maestro, ma un dialogo che dice infinite cose a tutti gli innamorati del cinema some like it wilder. To compare this book to Hitchcock Truffaut or Bogdanovich interviewing Welles is absurd Wilder is intermittently interesting, but Cameron Crowe is an insuffurable jackassfascinated in showing how much Wilder likes him than in actually asking any good questions.Mostly this is a book of gossip about movie stars It feels like a third of the book is spent talking about Marilyn Monroe The biggest problem is that Wilder doesn t have an interest in analyzing his films He warms up to Crowe eve To compare this book to Hitchcock Truffaut or Bogdanovich interviewing Welles is absurd Wilder is intermittently interesting, but Cameron Crowe is an insuffurable jackassfascinated in showing how much Wilder likes him than in actually asking any good questions.Mostly this is a book of gossip about movie stars It feels like a third of the book is spent talking about Marilyn Monroe The biggest problem is that Wilder doesn t have an interest in analyzing his films He warms up to Crowe eventually, and clearly likes the idea that people might want to read what he has to say, so he s happy to answer questions and talk, but he s just not personally interested in covering any of this material Mostly we re left with ancient Hollywood gossip.And we re left with plenty of Crowe trying to convince Wilder that the attitude expressed in his films must be related to a single, powerful event from his childho Conversations With Billy Wilder, Billy Wilder 1906 , Cameron Crowe 1380 480 9649225765 9789649225760 Conversations With Billy Wilder, Billy Wilder 1906 , Cameron Crowe 1380 480 9649225765 9789649225760

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