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Where's My F*cking Latte? (and Other Stories About Being an Assistant in Hollywood) Kindle Edition
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Mark currently resides in Los Angeles.
Top Customer Reviews
I've said before that I think Nemcoff is this generation's Frank Miller and this book proves it- that is if Miller was writing about Hollywood with no death.
Fan's of Brian Michael Bendis' book "Fortune and Glory" will totally get a kick out of this. Heck, ANYONE that is even thinking of working in this industry should pick this up. It should be required reading for all film students.
WARNING: do not drink/eat anything while reading this- you might choke because you are laughing to much (or dumbfounded/shocked by some of the stupidity displayed) that... and of course you wouldn't want to ruin your book.
Only question I got, is when are we going to see the sequal?
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Just a bunch of stupid little stories that are one page or less. Nothing in depth.Published 9 days ago by Rochelle Barozzi
Some of these stories are entertaining, others sound like they were written by whiny, bitter people who believe they are above the people who hire them. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Joanne Lamstein
Some laugh out loud moments though I'm sure there are worse stories out there that's just not fit to print. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Amazon Customer
What an anticlimax!
A book of short stories. Always a big build up and then, pfftt, that was it?!!!
Didn't take long to read and mildly entertaining.
Was expecting a single person's name-dropping account of living and working in Hollywood, but it's all been whitewashed.
Also, the format is confusing. Read more
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