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Annie Proulx; Larry McMurtry; Diana Ossana
|Notes:||Originally published in The New Yorker, October 13, 1997
Annie Proulx's celebrated story is published here alongside the award-winning screenplay of "Brokeback Mountain" by Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana. Also included are three essays by the authors and film stills which capture the haunting sweep of Ang Lee's epic major motion picture. Winner of four Golden Globe Awards 2005, including Best Screenplay, Best Motion Picture and Best Director Winner of the Golden Lion Award for Best Picture, 2005 Venice International Film Festival. Jack Twist and Ennis del Mar live hard and lonely lives as ranch hands in the wild, unforgiving landscape of Wyoming. They are 'country boys with no prospects, brought up to hard work and privation, both rough-mannered and tough-spoken', glad to have found one another's company where none had been expected. But suddenly companionship becomes something else on Brokeback Mountain: something not looked for, something deadly !
|Description:||166 s. : ill.|
|Responsibility:||Annie Proulx, Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana|
'Beautifully composed and wonderfully acted ! a beautiful and moving story. Their story is not tragic, but heroic' Peter Bradshaw, Guardian 'Extremely moving and elegantly crafted ! "Brokeback got