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The Shawshank Redemption

The Shawshank Redemption
作者:Frank Darabont
副标题:The Shooting Script (Newmarket Shooting Script Series)
出版社:Newmarket Press
出版年:2004-09
ISBN:9781557042460
行业:其它
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内容简介

The first book in the Newmarket Shooting Script Series reissued with new material to coincide with the Warner Bros. theatrical re-release and special 10th anniversary DVD launch of this modern classic. This expanded edition draws from the many new extras that are being created for the DVD, including 90 minutes of commentary by Darabont, documentary material on the making of the film, and a tribute parody of the film. Nominated for 7 Academy Awards®, including Best Picture and Best Screenplay, The Shawshank Redemption, starring Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman, is an extraordinary tale of hope and survival inside a maximum security prison. Based on a Stephen King novella, Frank Darabont's screenplay follows the complex twenty-year relationship between two convicts who have little in common—except friendship. Darabont personally wrote and/or assembled all of the content in The Shawshank Redemption: The Shooting Script , as follows: Introductions by King and Darabont on the movie's genesis The shooting script in its original form ("the one I wrote, the one Castle Rock decided to make, the one my cast and crew dealt with every day") Detailed analysis of script-to-screen changes (26 pages) showing why and how scenes were cut, and how some scenes were handled technically Two storyboard sequences, with commentary Stills section (35 photos) Afterword by Darabont about his experience in Hollywood ("It took me nine years of saving, struggling, and honing my craft before I started making my living as a writer.") 35 b/w photos, plus storyboards

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作者简介

弗兰克`达拉邦特(Frank Darabont),匈牙利难民的后代。1959年生于法国,其后随家人移居芝加哥,是当代美国著名的电影编剧、导演和监制,曾三次获奥斯卡金像奖提名。其电影生涯始于1980年的影片《地狱之夜》中的制片助理一职,此后,达拉邦特一直担任布景师,直至1986年,方始成为编剧,并在1989年成功晋级导演。其最负盛名的代表作是1994年的《肖申克的救赎》和1999年的《绿里奇迹》。这两部作品都改编自史蒂芬?金的小说,都由达拉邦特自编自导,达拉邦特也因为这两部电影,两次获奥斯卡最佳改编剧本奖提名。

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记住,瑞德,希望是美好的,也许是世间最美好的事物,而美好的事物永不消逝。

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