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Posted: March 8th, 2010, 7:05pm Report to Moderator
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My missus got me this book from the library. CV is the head of Killer films, an indie company.
I guess a few of you guys out there would know more about her than I did.

Anyway, this book, 'A Killer Life' is an account of her daily life doing films and stuff. I thought I would just flick through it, but I've ended up getting into it.
I've seen one of her films, Kids, back in 1996.
The book gives some great insights into the dealings and finding of new scripts to film. She has some hilarious anecdotes from attending various Cannes festivals.
It was interesting seeing the process of getting actors for their different projects, and just the normal hassles of the film world.
An interesting fact discovered is that Killer received zero dollars from producing One Hour Photo, which took in 100 mill.
Anyway, i'm, still reading it and its a nice read.

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