Anyone heard anything about this one (will be released in Feb. 2016)?SourceIt is available for pre-order on Amazon.
Clint Eastwood filmed Bronco Billy in Southwest Idaho in 1979. It was a big thing for Idahoans from the Treasure Valley to follow a Hollywood movie being filmed in front of them and many came out to watch and/or participate in the production. More than a thousand Idahoans were involved as extras or crew while hundreds more watched. They all have their stories. This is some of them. The book also includes insights about the shooting locations (over 20!) and newspaper articles keeping the locals apprised of the movie's progress. Sandy Kershner put this book together out of her love of her native state and the people who populate it, her respect for the actor/director who brought this film to Idaho, and for the character Clint Eastwood created, a frustrated 20th century man who creates his dream of being a cowboy by recapturing the past with a wild west show which he struggles to keep alive, along with his dream.
This new 4 volume collection includes the best and most influential critical scholarship on Clint Eastwood. The articles gathered here embrace issues such as gender, masculine lack and anxiety and interrogate Eastwood as a symptomatic object of American identity. Other themes include mortality, female subjectivity, post-colonialism, and existential despair brought on by war and ecological disaster.
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