'No other book gets as close to the corrupt heart of American movie-making.' GUARDIANThere are many scandalous books about life in Hollywood, but none aspoetic and dangerosu as this, a fictional chronicle of Bukowski's experiences writing the screenplay for Barfly. Henry Chinaski has a penchant for booze, women and horse-racing. On his precarius journey from poet to screenwriter he encounters a host of well-known stars and lays bare the absurdity and egotism of the film industry. With unmatchable Bukowski verve, Hollywood is deadpan, touching and hilarius.
'The thing about Bukowski is. when you read what he has to say, he's right.' SEAN PENN
'Full of entertaining vignettes of celebrities.' THE TİMES
'Bukowski's voice is insistent and affirming but it also has the humble durability of someone who won't stay down... His stories help keep people alive.' INDEPENDENT
|Basım Tarihi||:||Ekim 2007|
|Boyutlar||:||13,00 x 19,50 cm|
|Kağıt Tipi||:||2. Hamur|