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Me and Orson Welles Coming In , The Major Motion Picture From The Director Of SlackerThe Irresistible Story Of A Stagestruck Boy Coming Of Age In The Golden Era Of Broadway With Some Very Famous Supporting Characters Me And Orson Welles Is A Romantic Farce That Reads Like A Who S Who Of The Classic American Theater Called One Of The Best Depictions Of Male Adolescent Yearning Ever To Hit The Page Kirkus Reviews , It Is Sure To Translate Wonderfully To Screen In

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10 thoughts on “Me and Orson Welles

  1. says:

    I heard this book was being adapted into a movie so i thought i d read the book first I really loved it actually I think the film was good too but i found the book enjoyable for the text itself

  2. says:

    When I saw the trailer for the upcoming film Me and Orson Welles, I knew I had to read the book on which the movie is based The story looked tailor made to cater to my tastes the clothes, the music, the theater of the time period, I love it all With the book, Robert Kaplow has crafted a witty and insightful coming of age story that doubles as one of the best love letters to a bygone ag

  3. says:

    I stumbled across this book because of my recently developed obsession with Orson Welles and, after reading some good reviews from other Welles aficionados, tracked it down at the library The protagonist, Richard Samuels, is a slightly irritating, slightly precocious teenager who thinks he s cleverer than he is He s less suave than he d like to be, prone to hero worship, as oversexed as any tee

  4. says:

    Me and Orson Welles is one of those books that starts off a bit strange but by the end I was really enjoying it.My main issue was the thrown in quotes from various plays that seemed to create a dis jointedness when reading I would start to wonder what the point was, but by the end, I realised that this is a book about theatre, the people in it and the stress related to putting on a show It is a book abo

  5. says:

    A delightful read about a seventeen year old s whirlwind week of working under the dictatorial direction of Orson Welles as the Mercury Theater rehearses Julius Caesar As the cliche goes, he learns about himself, life and love in that week than he ever learned in school It perfectly captures a young boy s yearning to find himself, to fall in love, and to be someone I look forward to seeing the film

  6. says:

    The thing is, Richard, I have a soft spot for Holden Caulfield and The Catcher in the Rye I m not saying it s subtle or all that clever, but it sticks in my head It s the weird kind of comfort food that makes you feel a little sick when it you eat it.You re just a poor quality imitation Holden And the thing with him is that near the end, there s that hint that maybe, just maybe, he realises that the biggest phony

  7. says:

    3.5 stars.It s light and breezy The narrative revolves heavily around the young man learns about life thanks to hero worship and sex tropes, but the story occasionally surprised me in spots There are some really nice moments But I also thought it was pretty forgettable overall That said, I definitely enjoyed it.

  8. says:

    An easy read The author made me abhor Orson Welles I understood his genius, but nothing could forgive his disgusting behaviour The book also inspired me to research Orson Welles, his wives and his children I was also shocked at the risque behaviour considering the time frame.

  9. says:

    Loved the voice of the protagonist and the story It s a very funny read as well, with Orson Welles s behavior and ego supplying much of the humor I can see why the book was adapted into a movie because it s very visual and has a great character arc.

  10. says:

    A delightful book and a quick read I needed something to read and picked this up in a used books store Good choice Candace I loved it.

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