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S. H. I. T. Making the Movie
     

S. H. I. T. Making the Movie

by E. Scott Spencer
 
"A bizarre and exciting blend of fiction and fact, set in Hollywood behind-the-scenes as a young film crew struggles to make a most unusual movie, a comedy about hilarious human transplants run amok on a secret clone farm. The book's main character Keith, a Soundman-Writer, struggles to forget a mysterious death while falling in love with a cold-bodied Wardrobe Girl.

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"A bizarre and exciting blend of fiction and fact, set in Hollywood behind-the-scenes as a young film crew struggles to make a most unusual movie, a comedy about hilarious human transplants run amok on a secret clone farm. The book's main character Keith, a Soundman-Writer, struggles to forget a mysterious death while falling in love with a cold-bodied Wardrobe Girl. To their horror, fiction becomes reality as real doctors snatch living parts for a bloody transplant. Although the medical activities are an outrageous parody, the ethical questions raised are serious in today's bio-engineering world. The author worked on Hollywood stages for twelve years so the details and nuances of film production are exact and informative. The writing style is irreverent, un-sanitized and far from political correctness. The author's website, escottspencer.com, includes further information about the book as well as commentary on the world of self-publishing."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780978558703
Publisher:
Horsington Press
Publication date:
06/28/2006
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.65(d)

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