2 edition of To the wind side. found in the catalog.
To the wind side.
Juliet Thomas Elliott
|LC Classifications||PS3555.L59 T6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||94|
|LC Control Number||77009559|
Phew. All of that pretty much covers the differences between the book and the movie. I still would choose the book over the movie, but the latter is very good and well worth watching if you’ve somehow missed it. Thanks to IMDB, AMC Filmsite, and a post by Andrea Rowe on Yahoo! Voices for helping to remind me of the many differences. The Other Side of the Wind was going to be Orson Welles’s comeback, perhaps even topping Citizen Kane—but to this day, it remains unfinished (though that may change soon).In an adaptation from Author: Josh Karp.
“The Other Side of the Wind” doesn’t take hold as an act of storytelling until it reaches the desert ranch house where everyone has gathered for a party to celebrate Jake’s 70th birthday. “The Other Side of the Wind” is a very rich film and a very difficult one. I’ve seen it nearly three times now and what I intuit about the aspects of it that “work,” and .
The Other Side of the Wind has been in development since at least , and at the time of Welles’s death was considered to be more complete than many of his other unfinished projects. She wants him to be on the "right side of things," the side her father is on, the side of fundamentalism. Rachel's father, a zealous fundamentalist preacher, raised her, and she learned at a young age to fear her father and any thoughts she ever had that deviated from fundamentalism.
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See more. Run with the wind. Run into the wind. Which is easier. Run faster than the wind. Slower. Skip with the wind. Jump. Hop. Stand still and move your arms like the wind. Twirl and whirl like the wind.
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