The Films of Steven Spielbergby Douglas Brode
Although Spielberg's movies have been extremely diverse, Brode notes a series of themes that recur in his work. Spielberg has a substantial side that hasn't
No one can doubt Steven Spielberg's consummate craftsmanship and fan appeal. With the release of the Oscar-winning Schindler's List, he at last received the serious critical acclaim that had once eluded him.
Although Spielberg's movies have been extremely diverse, Brode notes a series of themes that recur in his work. Spielberg has a substantial side that hasn't always been properly appreciated. In this pictorial study, Douglas Brode puts the director's career in focus: from his first feature, The Sugarland Express, more than twenty years ago, through the blockbusters Jaws, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Raiders of The Lost Ark, ET, Jurassic Park, as well as the "quieter", heartfelt films that also make up his work. This revised edition covers Spielberg's activities in the three years since Schindler's List, including his upcoming sequel to Jurassic Park, The Lost World. Hundreds of photographs highlight the text.
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