The 1998 Coen brothers' film The Big Lebowski is often ranked as the top cult film of all time for good reason. Few-if any-other movies can be said to have inspired festivals around the globe, artwork ranging from paper dolls to triptychs, names of bars and stores, and of course, incalculable amounts of quoting. In this first complete, illustrated history of The Big Lebowski, film curator Jenny M. Jones investigates what it is that has made Lebowski such a remarkable hit, from its origins to its filming, release, and legacy. Never-been-told stories from members of the film's cast and crew paint a vivid picture of what it was like to create a movie so unlike any other; these stories and more are accompanied by hundreds of photographs as well as sidebars and guest essays by such Lebowski experts as the founder of religion Dudeism and the owner of the Little Lebowski Shop in New York.
Product code: AFAHQ
Publisher: Voyageur Press Inc
Dimensions: 28.4cm x 24.3cm
Publish date: 01/09/2012
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