The Fisher King: The Book of the Film
The Applause book of The Fisher King is essential reading for any fan of this 4-star film from Terry Gilliam that Playboy calls "an astonishing comedy about love, loss and redemption" and Vogue says "takes enormous risks and pulls off the challenge." It includes: over 200 photographs, deleted and altered scenes, interviews with Robin Williams and Terry Gilliam, a symposium about the making of the film, the complete credits, and more.
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Review: The Fisher KingUser Review - Goodreads
Note: This little romp turned into my crazy musings on cinema and books. Feel free to just trust the rating, and see the movie. The Fisher King is a 1991 adaptation (I think), of the movie with the ...
Review: The Fisher King: The Book of the FilmUser Review - Leila T. - Goodreads
I think this is more of a two-and-a-half stars, but it was amusing enough as a "book of the film", and it's not written horrendously (unlike "The Da Vinci Code"), although I think the movie itself is ... Read full review
In Search of The Holy Reel by Richard LaGravenese
A Selection of Deleted and Altered Scenes
Interviews with Robin Williams and Terry Gilliam
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