Movie star and Emmy Award-winner Joe Pantoliano's Who's Sorry Now was originally published in 2003 to critical acclaim and became a New York Times best seller. Available for the first time in audio, Pantoliano's intimate and honest performance of the story of his own life memorably amplifies the humor and pain of his childhood. Occasionally going "off script", he adds depth, warmth, and new insights to his reminiscences.
For fans of Pantoliano's work on the screen (The Matrix, The Sopranos, and more), or for those who have been inspired by his lifelong struggle against mental "dis-ease" and his advocacy through the charity No Kidding Me 2, Who's Sorry Now is an inspiring gem. For listeners who want to know what life was REALLY like during the "Mad Men" years, who wonder what shapes an artist from childhood, or who enjoy a brilliant memoir brilliantly performed, Who's Sorry Now is a fascinating and entertaining experience.
"'Joey Pants' writes with energy, humor and honesty, and his passionate closing chapter... is the icing on the cake. (Publishers Weekly)
"The author's somewhat convoluted route from street kid to actor is downright fascinating, and in one fell swoop, he proves to be as fine a writer as he is an actor." (Booklist)
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Very Interesting and Impressive
Haven't read the print version but I can't imagine it being better. Joey Pants does a great job narrating and throughout the book he even pauses and provides additional commentary that I dont think the print version would have.
His mother because she definitely reminded me of my crazy Italian mother from Newark, New Jersey.
My favorite scene was the scene where his grandfather shot the guy for spitting, only to find out the person who did this actually had a condition that forced him to spit a lot.
The deaths of his mother, father and step father really hit home but hearing that his father wasn't really his father definitely moved me considering he was only 12 at the time he heard this news while food shopping with his mother.
Overall, I thought this was a great book about his personal life. I just wish he included a little more about his acting. I would have loved to heard more about some of those great movies he was in such as Memento, The Matrix and LaBamba....