Dark Eye: The Films of David Fincher

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Reynolds & Hearn, jul. 1, 2003 - 208 páginas
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One of the most controversial and dynamic filmmakers of recent years, David Fincher has earned critical respect and cult stardom for his challenging, hard-edged and uncompromising movies. Dark Eye: The Films of David Fincher examines each of the director's feature films in detail, with individual chapters covering Alien 3, Seven, The Game, Fight Club and Panic Room. Featuring reports from behind-the-scenes and commentary from actors, writers and production staff, Dark Eye also includes extensive material from exclusive interviews with David Fincher. Book jacket.

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David Fincher has established himself as an visionary filmmaker. From his earlier films; Seven and The Game, to his later films; Zodiac and The Social Network. The director has produced some of the ... Leer reseña completa

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James Swallow is a New York Times bestselling author whose stories include the Horus Heresy novels Nemesis and The Flight of the Eisenstein, along with Faith & Fire, the Blood Angels books Deus Encarmine, Deus Sanguinius, Red Fury and Black Tide. His short fiction has appeared in Legends of the Space Marines, and Tales of Heresy, along with the audio dramas Heart of Rage, Oath of Moment and Legion of One.

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