Izdavač: Cassell Illustrated
Cijena: 89,00 kn
Clint Eastwood, who enjoyed a popular success in the long-running Rawhide television series, shot to international stardom as The Man With No Name in Sergio Leone’s Dollars trilogy in the 1960s and to international super-stardom as Dirty Harry in the early 1970s. Thirty years on, with the Oscar-winning Unforgiven and In the Line of Fire, he remains at the very top of his profession, his popularity undimmed.
Audiences loved him from the very start. The Eastwood persona – cool, steely, laconic – rarely failed at the box office. ‘Men like to see Clint Eastwood in action and women like to see Eastwood in anything’, said one of his directors. Critical acclaim took longer to arrive, but arrive it did. Today he is recognized as a major cinematic talent, his achievements as actor, director and producer universally acknowledged.
In this new book, his eleventh study of a major artist, Robert Tanitch chronicles Eastwood’s career film by film with wit and clarity, highlighting both Eastwood’s performance and the wider values of the film itself. Quotes from contemporary reviews, both British and American, offer independent and sometimes markedly varying critical insights into Clint Eastwood’s work.
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