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David Cronenberg : interviews with Serge Grünberg

Author: David Cronenberg; Serge Grünberg; Claudine Paquot
Publisher: London : Plexus, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This compelling collection of interviews by critic Grünberg examines the unique career of the writer/director, David Cronenberg, who created such commercial sci-fi horror hits as 'Scanners' and 'The Fly', while simultaneously stretching the envelope of popular cinema.
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Genre/Form: Interviews
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Named Person: David Cronenberg; David Cronenberg; David Cronenberg
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Cronenberg; Serge Grünberg; Claudine Paquot
ISBN: 0859653765 9780859653763
OCLC Number: 58999412
Language Note: Translated from the French.
Notes: "Published by arrangement with Cahiers du Cinéma, Paris"--T.p. verso.
Description: 192 p. : ill., music ; 23 cm.
Contents: Childhood and the formative years : Transfer, From the Drain, Stereo, Crimes of the future --
First steps into genre film : Shivers, Rabid --
Towards professionalism : Fast Company, The Brood, Scanners --
Birth of an auteur : Videodrome, The Dead Zone --
The beginning of recognition : The Fly --
The coronation : Dead Ringers --
The cinema as literature : Naked Lunch, M. Butterfly --
Ever more experimental : Crash --
The creator and his creations : eXistenZ --
From among the dead : Spider, A History of Violence.
Other Titles: Interviews with Serge Grünberg
Responsibility: [edited by Claudine Paquot].

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This compelling collection of interviews by critic Grünberg examines the unique career of the writer/director, David Cronenberg, who created such commercial sci-fi horror hits as 'Scanners' and 'The Fly', while simultaneously stretching the envelope of popular cinema.

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