Stated Marlon Brando at fifty two *HAS THE SLOPPY BELLY OF A *the sloppy belly of a two year old the white hair of a seventy two year old and the total lack of discipline of a recocious twelve year old The book is inundated with constant insults and disrespect for the man It is no wonder to me that Brando loved to curl up on the couch with his dog Tim and block out a world that judged criticized and scrutinized him on a constant basis All the drama asideunless Brando visits
Me From The Afterlife from the afterlife tell me otherwise I will not let the negativity ermeate his genius and The Idea of Propaganda A Reconstruction passion Extremely good bio and analysis of a troubled talented soul Very well written And I hardly ever read books about movie stars I don t read many celebrity biographies but this was a decent and fair look at an infuriating and fascinating subject Literate too there were words in here that I didn t know so it s written above the standard tabloid journalism This has made me want to watch the good Brando films agai. Ng light on the cultural evolution of Hollywood itself And he brings into focus Brando's self destructiveness his lifelong dissembling his deeply ambivalent feelings towards his chosen vocation and the tragedies that shadowed his final years This is a never before seenortrait of one of the most extraordinary talents of the twentieth centu. It is obvious that a lot of research went into the writing of this book However my roblem is that it was way too depressing and centred around the recklessness than the remarkable I could hardly read from chapter to chapter without feeling total despair and impending doom lurking around every corner On one hand one could say well the truth is the truth Nonetheless there are many different dimensions to any given situation Brando was difficult Brando was
disorganized Brando was unprepared and Brando was self centred Surely given Brando s intelligence and experience there was to the story Brando was unprepared and Brando was self centred Surely given Brando s intelligence and experience there was to the story these often one sided interpretations That said there were moments of redemption for Brando but they were few and far between It s my opinion that there was too much negativity written about the man who was far sensitive and complex As well the treatment alone by the To Serve a King press was another element of the book thaterturbed me For example after The Missouri Breaks opened one reviewer. Od to his arrival in New York in the 1940s where he studied with the legendary Stella Adler and at the age of twenty three became the toast of Broadway in A Streetcar Named Desire Kanfer expertly examines each of Brando's films from The Men in toast of Broadway in A Streetcar Named Desire Kanfer expertly examines each of Brando's films from The Men in to The Score in 2001 making clear the evolution of Brando's singular genius while also sheddi. .
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adult near the endI liked the ictures though Kanfer seems to have oured over allnear the endI liked the ictures though Kanfer seems to have Velva Jean Learns to Drive poured over all research resources that include books and articles by and about Brando and interviews of those who were associated with him at variousoints in his life and career as well as any other relevant historical material that would help to establish a frame of reference for dominant influences and major developments in Brando s reckless life and remarkable career Kanfer offers a wealth of insights into Brando s most significant and invariably dysfunctional relationships as with his arents Marlon senior earned than enough to maintain his family in solid comfort Affection however was in short supply He grew up rude and misogynistic given to binge drinking and bullying As for Dorothy I thought Kanfer s Somebody The Reckless Life and Remarkable Career of Marlon Brando was very articulate and well written. Marlon Brando will never cease to fascinate us for his triumphs as an actor On the Waterfront The Godfather Last Tango in Paris as well as his disasters; for the ower of the screen Το Ωρολόγιον του Αγίου Σουλπικίου portrayals he gave and for his turbulent tumultuousersonal life Seamlessly intertwining the man and the work Kanfer takes us through Brando's troubled childho.