A Memoir by his Last Collaborator and the Final Unproduced Screenplay " The Short Night" David Freeman, screenwriter, writes a penetrating account of his experience working with Alfred Hitchcock. Takes up behind the scenes into Hitchcock's home and bungalIn The Last Days of Alfred Hitchcock, David Freeman, screenwriter and Hitchcock's last collaborator, has written a penetrating account of his experience working with the famous idrector. he takes the reader behind the scenes, into Hitchcock's home and into the Universal Studios bungalow, where the director planned his movies, and illuminates a very private side of the man. In the time they spent collaborating on the thriller "The Short Night"- the director's final film project, which remains unproduced-Hitchcock was in constant pain and suffered from severe depression about his health and that of his wife, Alma. Nevertheless, he worked steadily and reminisced about his life, his films, and the people he knew, including Ingrid Bergman, howard Hughes, Cary Grant, and Kim Novak. This unique vollume includes a new introduction by the author, the complete screenplay of "The Short Night" as well as commentary on the screenplay, and a complete filmography. The Last Days of Alfred Hitchcock will fascinate and enlighten anyone who's ever enjoyed the work of this cinematic giant, whose classic films continue to fascinate us.
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Freeman is a screenwriter and a journalist.
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Descripción Overlook Books, 1988. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 0879513187
Descripción Overlook TP, 1988. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería SONG0879513187