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It kind of drags on. The kind of book you can come back to whenever for some easy reading about a great performer. I am still working on it.Published 1 month ago by Patrick
It is obvious that Al Pacino is one of the greatest talents of our time, and the reason that I bought the book(in a thrift store)is to learn how he does what he does on stage and... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Jack Thomas
Not a true biographical story, more a collection of interview manuscripts which really lack flow. Such a disappointment for such an amazing talent.Published 19 months ago by Josef McNamara
This is not a biography. Nor is it an autobiography. It's a collection of "interviews" conducted by a magazine writer who got his foot in the door with Pacino, because he was kind... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Mr. Mike
I never imagined Al
Pacino talking so intimate
things with someone.
But this guy gain his confidence
and made and excellent interview. Read more
The dialogue were very humorous and yet serius and I came to know aspects of Al life that I did'nt know.Published 23 months ago by Maria Celano Maia
After reading this book, I have come away with a sense of a man shown 'growing' in his craft, his intelligence, his persona, and his personal life over the years it took to write. Read morePublished on March 30, 2013 by Cindee Goodspeed