The Making Of Dune #2020

The Making Of Dune By Ed Naha The Making Of Dune Account of the making of the Hollywood film Dune by director David Lynch
  • Title: The Making Of Dune
  • Author: Ed Naha
  • ISBN: 9780425073766
  • Page: 486
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Making Of Dune By Ed Naha Account of the making of the 1984 Hollywood film Dune by director David Lynch.
    The Making Of Dune By Ed Naha
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    1. There has to be some long German word that describe the sensation of reading this book It s like watching a trainwreck in slow motion, with optimistic spin by the conductor and passengers, while you know exactly how the metal is going to crumple and who s going to be impaled on a luggage rack.As part of the PR for Dune, the production company arranged for reporter and scifi fan Ed Naha to hang around on set and interview the cast and crew The idea was to convince true fans that was going to be a [...]

    2. On the scale of zero to crazy, I m the guy who watches it each time it s on the cable schedule no matter what time it is, who owns three versions of Lynch s movie, who has a copy ofThe Dune Storybook, and who had saved the old copy of The Electric Company Magazine featuring the film until it was destroyed by enterprising rodents.It is not a great film, but is a visually engaging one, with stunning set design and costuming and a chunky clunky technology that reinforces how the future doesn t have [...]

    3. Some interesting anecdotes and information in this book, much of which makes re watching David Lynch s classic Dune film take on new meanings However, the book has a few flaws first, of course, it only really covers principal photography and a little bit of the post production More glaringly, the book tends to read like PR propaganda for the movie Still, better than no making of Dune book.

    4. This film was truly cursed Released as part of the hype machine before the Dune s release, this book succeeds as an on the set behind the scenes report that will appeal to fans That being said, if this book was supposed to portray the production in a positive light, well maybe Naha should not have received the other half of his fee A chronicle of disaster, injury and disease, this production has rightly gone down as one of great train wrecks of cinema history As the book exhibits, the responsibi [...]

    5. Thrilled to have found this book after so many years I checked this out of the library so many times in the 90 s, and rereading it when I bought it last week I was reminded how much fun it is, both from my persoanl history of Dune and knowing now how painful and torturous it was to make and how much it flopped There are so many interviews with people involved in the making of it and thousands of pictures including a few that didnt make it into any version of the film that its just fun to browse [...]

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