One Big Soul: An Oral History of Terrence Malick
Lulu Press, Inc, 2015 M02 7
Having won the Palme D’or at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival for his fifth film feature, The Tree of Life, film writer and director Terrence Malick has become one of the most intriguing of cinema personalities. Now in its 3rd edition, ONE BIG SOUL: AN ORAL HISTORY OF TERRENCE MALICK is the first ever full-length oral biography of the mysterious director of Badlands, Days of Heaven, The Thin Red Line, The New World, The Tree of Life, To the Wonder and Knight of Cups. The cinematic world of Terrence Malick is explored by those that have known, worked with or experienced Terrence Malick’s private universe up close and personal. Using previously published interviews and articles, as well as material researched by the author, ONE BIG SOUL: AN ORAL HISTORY OF TERRENCE MALICK promises to be an instantly readable and informative account of one of the world’s most reclusive and enigmatic filmmakers. Now including five interviews with Terrence Malick never-before collected into one volume.
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