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As a movie fan, I thoroughly enjoyed this book, because it gave me a real sense of what the movie business is like as a business— production, promotion, actor wrangling et al. It's also a lively memoir of the 1970s, when the modern American art film flowered with the rise of independent filmmakers, and how that has changed in the decades since. I know Nat Segaloff— or I thought I did— but I was fascinated to learn how broad his experience has been, and I delighted in his sprightly storytelling. I always enjoy hearing authors read their own work, if they do it well, and I think that's especially important with autobiographies. Nat is a really fine reader, and listening makes you feel like you're having a conversation with the most interesting person in the room.
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