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What did you love best about Weegee?
Listening to this autobiography filled the room with Weegee's words so convincingly that it was like sharing my space with the amazing guy himself, and he is one entertaining talker. Kind of a braggart but I was glad he was because otherwise he might not have done justice to his magnificent immigrant and artistic journey. It's a sociological document too of family-life, business, education, humor, and sexual mores in a New York immigrant community in the first half of the 20th century.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Weegee himself because his unschooled eloquence expressed the creative force that drove him, and made a guy who specialized in murder victim photos a beloved figure.
Which character – as performed by Clay Lomakayu – was your favorite?
Clay Lomakayu is amazing. This made me think of something on the level of Hal Holbrook bringing Mark Twain alive on stage, only here all Lomakayu needed was his voice.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
It somehow cut through the rationalizations of not facing personal failures that hold one back from living out his personal vision unabashedly.
Any additional comments?
If you feel like talking with an interesting guy who will answer all your questions about himself without you having to ask, oor if you are feeling discouraged or lonely for a good conversation ths is where to indulge yourself for four hours and some odd minutes of fun. Weegee was one of the great nudist camp members in New Jersey history, among other things.