The Rolling Stone Film Reader: The Best Film Writing from Rolling Stone Magazine
Pocket Books, 1996 - Biography & Autobiography - 436 pages
From Easy Rider to Pulp Fiction, the writers of Rolling Stone have captured the raw verve and energy of 30 years of maverick filmmaking--and its impact on two generations. The Rolling Stone Film Reader is a fascinating compendium of the magazine's takes on the best in movies from Hollywood to New York to Cannes to Asia, and the players who made it happen. Photos throughout.
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INTRODUCTION by Peter Travers
THE FIGHTING FONDAS
DO THE RIGHT THING
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