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Posted April 23, 2005
An interesting and uplifting book about the film business and those usually unknown scribes who scratch out our good and great screenplays. Until the very last pages there is never a word on how they should be written, hence the 'Zen' in the title. This oddly shaped book includes interviews with ten successful screenwriters and gives insights into the vagaries of writing and getting screenplays produced, hence the 'insights and interviews' in the sub-title. Just a wonderful and easy to read three hundred and thirty-three paged book for those of us who are certain we can write the words the screen actors speak. The way the book is laid out with an interview and then trailed by chapter laden with everyday facts about the movie business makes it never boring and very hard to put down . . . for those of us are chosen to write the next good and great screenplays.
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