The Stunt Man

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The Stunt Man ePUB ß The Stunt  Epub /
  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 214 pages
  • The Stunt Man
  • Paul Brodeur
  • English
  • 11 August 2018
  • 9780345296016

10 thoughts on “The Stunt Man

  1. Kathryn McCary says:

    One where I think the movie Peter O Toole, Steve Railsback, Barbara Hershey was an improvement The novel is a sort of bildungsroman, with a great deal of sixties personal introspection.and one completely improbable plot device which might have worked if the book were not so uncompromisingly rooted in realism Literate and readable, but not worth going out of one s way.

  2. Charles Broughton says:

    The Stunt Man is an intense, claustrophobic thriller set in the heady raciocinations of an on a whim fugitive and perhaps accidental criminal A little too over plotted and self conscious, and mired in the author s clever idea to work within the idea of life imitating art and vice versa It also explores the intersection of manipulation, happenstance and fate of the power of assumptions and living too much in your head and creating too much self narrative and the psychological impact of playing roles, of impersonations and disguise The book has it s moments, with some memorable scenes and characterisation, and is a good palimpsest of Sixties concerns and paranoias Use of cinematic concepts to frame and drive the protagonist s arc and self analysis are often clumsy and heavy handed, making it unclear to the reader to what extent the story is meant to be read was narrative and to what extent as allegory This is further complicated by the superposition of both a mysterious war and an impending first ever astronaut launch as apparently relevant broader societal context The story is also meant to be I think, I can t be sure an indictment and critique of cinema, and of the culture and personalities that create it And while I should have predicted the ending which is a conceit and is in many ways unsatisfying, but was perhaps stylistically inevitable because it is, yes, cinematic and it reflects a central character s ideas , I quite enjoyed reading this book.

  3. Jaq Greenspon says:

    It s not bad but the movie is better The writing is VERY self conscious and seems a bit forced at times.

  4. Kilean says:

    saw this movie when I was growing up and loved it, only recently discovered it was based on a book, which is supposed to be pretty good.

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