Point Omega

Point Omega

by Don DeLillo
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Point Omega 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 26 reviews.
ScottRPh More than 1 year ago
I've read DeLillo before and enjoyed his winding esoterica but this wasn't worth the trip.There wasn't enough of anything if you like 'anything'. Mystery, suspense, characters, sex, plot etc...all must be lying somewhere cause they aren't here.
nickelmoonpoet More than 1 year ago
This story seemed to go no where and be about nothing. About 20 pages toward the end didn't put me to sleep.
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BillPilgrim More than 1 year ago
This is a short novel, only 117 pages and makes very quick reading, although it does give you a lot to think about in the process. The story is not much. A documentary film maker who has made only one film so far, a series of selections of Jerry Lewis during his MD telethons, just Jerry, no other people. He now has an idea to film a participant in the strategist for the Iraq war, who was brought in as an outsider to help, although he had no background in the military. The film would just be him talking against a war, whatever he wanted to say, no script. The filmmaker travels to the Southwest US to try to convince him to make the film and ends up staying there with him for much longer than he had planned. The man's daughter joins them eventually. This story in sandwiched between two descriptions of man [who is he?] who is watching an exhibition at MOMA in NYC called 24 Hour Psycho, which is a screening of the Hitchcock film at a slow speed, so that the film takes 24 hours to show completely. He returns day after day and is transfixed by it. We read his internal thoughts mostly. I found the whole thing to be fascinating.
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