Last Tango in Paris
Bernardo Bertolucci's screenplay, with photographs from the film
First US edition, first printing hardback in dustwrapper. 20.5 × 14cm, 224pp.
Bertolucci's screenplay of his explosive film, Last Tango in Paris. From the wrapper "[The film's] significance lies in the honesty and astonishing intimacy of its portraits of a man and a woman—an honesty that has been partially created by the improvisations of Marlon Brando and Maria Schneider, who put so much of their own beings into the film." This copy also contains insightful essays by Pauline Kael and Norman Mailer, that although conflicting, point out the brilliance and depth of this most controversial film.
The book is in very good condition, with clean pages and secure binding. The dustwrapper is very good too with just a little creasing to the top edge. It has not been price-clipped and is within a protective sleeve.
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