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Wanted for Questioning: Westlake's Continental Op

It’s always interesting seeing how one novelist approaches transforming another novelist’s work to the screen. So, besides produced films like “The Grifters”, Don’s unproduced screenplay for “Red Harvest” and the script I adapted from Steven Saylor’s book, “Roman Blood” all provide insights.

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Donald Westlake Film Adaptations

11. Last Tango in Paris (1972)

Directed by Bernardo Bertolucci

Ah. Last Tango in Paris. What a weird movie. Here we have director Bernardo Bertolucci using a tormented Marlon Brando as a proxy for his own sexual fantasies. 717 more words

2018

Ferg Performs on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, "Plain Jane" Certified Platinum, North American Tour Begins Next Month

SINGLE OFF OF STILL STRIVING CERTIFIED PLATINUM

2018 MAD MAN TOUR BEGINS NEXT MONTH

DENZEL CURRY AND IDK SUPPORT

Prowling the stage like a lion, Ferg threw down the gauntlet on 2018 with his fiery performance of “Plain Jane” on  407 more words

Los Angeles

Pic of the Day: The Dreamers (2003)

Eva Green and Michael Pitt on the set of Bernardo Bertolucci’s The Dreamers (2003), which is set amid the May 1968 student riots in Paris. 8 more words

Behind The Scenes

The Last Emperor: A Boy in a Bubble

I have a lot of clumsy friends. I think all of us can be clumsy at times, too. I know I am. I’ve dropped my new phone more times than I care to admit (it’s not broken, though!) and I can trip over lines with the best of them. 2,126 more words

MMR No. 2: Two Italian Thrillers from 1970

It happened quite by accident. I’ve been making a mental list of movies to look for for this feature and without really thinking about it, I plucked off that list two films from the same country and year, even roughly (though not exactly) the same genre. 982 more words

Film