By any means necessary: the trials and tribulations of the making of Malcolm X

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Hyperion, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 314 pages
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The director of Do the Right Thing and Jungle Fever describes the troubles he encountered while making Malcolm X, a film based on the life of the slain African-American leader. Original.

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Review: By Any Means Necessary: Trials And Tribulations of the Making of Malcolm X

User Review  - Andrew Hathaway - Goodreads

Spike left the diary approach behind for a more constructed personal narrative regarding his experience with making Malcolm X. With that construction comes a larger degree of self-consciousness so ... Read full review

Review: By Any Means Necessary: Trials And Tribulations of the Making of Malcolm X

User Review  - Daniel Sloyan - Goodreads

This was my prize for donating to his kickstarter. I love books about making movies, especially when they're written by people who were there. It does have some interesting aspects, but I wish he ... Read full review

Contents

THE PROJECT
21
THE SHOOT
85
POSTPRODUCTION
121
Copyright

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