With much how-to detail and hard-won wisdom on the ins and outs of making films his way, Friedkin’s book works not only as a vibrant memoir but also as treasure trove of insights and information that should inspire young filmmakers for decades to come.
Written with the rich particularity and driving narrative force that have marked his movies – including such recent comeback successes as “Bug” and “Killer Joe” (based on Oklahoman Tracey Letts’ stage plays) – “The Friedkin Connection” is the work of a natural storyteller who has now deftly transferred his considerable gifts from the big screen to the printed page.
- Dennis King
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