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Brian De Palma
BLOW OUT (1981) Previously Personal Effects Shooting script by Brian De Palma, 10/21/80
1966. Brian De Palma (screenwriter, director) Previously Personal Effects Shooting Script [Los Angeles: Filmways], 10/21/80]. Vintage original film script. Notations on the front wrapper and on a few pages in holograph ink. Second generation photocopy, clearly produced for use during shooting of the film, with photocopied punch holes and notations. Self-wrappers, 125 leaves, with last page of text numbered 105. Photographically reproduced, with revision pages throughout dated variously between 10/20/80 and 10/21/80. Brad bound, quarto, VERY GOOD+. BLOW OUT is a film that wears its influences on its sleeve, with a title that intentionally recalls Michelangelo Antonioni's 1966 masterpiece BLOWUP. In Antonioni's film a photographer discovers he has accidentally photographed a murder. In De Palma's BLOW OUT, a sound technician discovers he has accidentally recorded an assassination. BLOW OUT was the fourteenth feature-length movie directed by Brian De Palma (born September 11, 1940, Newark, New Jersey), following the striking box office success of his previous film, DRESSED TO KILL. Both DRESSED TO KILL and BLOW OUT were produced by George Litto (1930-2019), a former talent agent for mavericks like De Palma, Robert Altman, Dalton Trumbo, and Waldo Salt, who, after producing BLOW OUT, became Chairman of the Board of Filmways Pictures, the company that distributed the two De Palma films. The theme of voyeurism, so prominent in De Palma films like GREETINGS, SISTERS, DRESSED TO KILL, and BLOW OUT, derives from the work of De Palma's principal cinematic mentor, Alfred Hitchcock, wh … [Click Below for Full Description]
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