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  Dark Eye: The Films of David Fincher [read more]
  An absolute must buy for any Fincher fan
  Dark Eye: The Films of David Fincher examines one of the most controversial and dynamic filmmakers of recent years.

The book discuses the director's feature films in detail, with individual chapters covering Alien 3, Seven, The Game, Fight Club and Panic Room. Also included; a look forward to Fincher's future projects (such as The Lords of Dogtown, the true-life World War II story Fertig and the science fiction epic Rendezvous with Rama), reports from behind-the-scenes and commentary from actors, writers and production staff, Dark Eye also includes extensive material from exclusive interviews with David Fincher.

I cannot recommend this book highly enough - it's yet more proof that Reynolds and Hearn are one of the first places you should turn for informative, insightful and enjoyable movie reading.

Dark Eye is available now, 216 Pages, 15 colour illustrations, RRP £14.99 (contact me for members rates).
  Darren Jones [17 Aug 2003 at 09:46]
     

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