V for vendetta: from script to film

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Universe Pub., Aug 22, 2006 - Performing Arts - 255 pages
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A comprehensive behind-the-scenes chronicle of the movie V for Vendetta, which is based on the popular cult graphic novel of the same name. V for Vendetta: From Script to Film will contain production ephemera including: storyboard art, character sketches, original script, still photos, and art from the original graphic novel. V for Vendetta: From Script to Film will also contain observations by reclusive producers the Wachowski brothers, cast members including Natalie Portman, Hugo Weaving, John Hurt, and Stephen Rea, and various other film crew. V for Vendetta: From Script to Film is sure to appeal to new comic book fans and diehard collectors alike.

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User Review  - EllsbethB - LibraryThing

Partway through this, I thought it was reminiscent of Watchmen. When I finished, I realized that Alan Moore is the author of both books. While this isn't my favorite style of art, I think it went well with the story. I enjoyed this thought provoking read. Read full review

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User Review  - glitzandshadows - LibraryThing

The story is phenomenal but man i had such struggles with the artwork. Half the time I couldn't tell who was who and sometimes i couldn't even tell what was supposed to be going on. Read full review

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Spencer Lamm—with Larry and Andy Wachowski, the writers and directors of The Matrix trilogy—created the content used for the website, TheMatrix.com, which became the highest trafficked site in Warner Bros. history. Offline activities include writing and editing the bestselling 480 page book The Art of The Matrix, and editing an annual anthology of Matrix comics. Lamm is also involved in Burlyman Entertainment, which began publishing original comics in November 2004.

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