Consisting of detailed discussions in which film directors and actors analyse key scenes from their film output, Mark Cousins's study covers the period from the 1940s through to the 1990s. The author discusses approximately forty of the most important scenes ever shot.Donald Sutherlanda#39;s reaction to the sex scene in Dona#39;t Look Now - aquot;the wig looks goodaquot; - is as nuts and boltsy as you get. ... The way to obviate these problems, I thought, was to show film-makers scenes from their work, focus on those scenes, talk about film ... Looking back, I had another book in mind, Francois Truffauta#39;s interview with Alfred Hitchcock. ... As a joke to myself, when I interviewed David Lynch (represented here by Blue Velvet and Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me), I stagedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Scene by Scene|
|Publisher||:||Laurence King Publishing - 2002|