Monday, February 27, 2006

Gross, Faye Dunaway, gross.

"Easy Riders, Raging Bulls" by Peter Biskind is pure raunchy awesomeness. This 439-page tabloid-esque chronicle of the emergence of "New Hollywood" in the late '60s contains some of the most hilarious and horrifying stories about key figures in American film, all while chugging forward with a gripping narrative of the downfall of the classic studio system and the fleeting power enjoyed by famed auteurs like Marty Scorcese, Robert Altman and Francis Ford Coppola. Get all this now.

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