From: Todd Mason ( Todd.Mason@tvguide.com)
Date: 10 Sep 2002

Isn't that the one in Gorman's SECOND BLACK LIZARD ANTHOLOGY OF CRIME FICTION? Rather liked it, if so (the novel, that is; the film way too much a Billy Zane vanity project, too timid in dealing with Thompson's usual themes). TM

-----Original Message----- From: Mario Taboada [mailto: matrxtech@yahoo.com]

John Lau comments on the stunning color cinematography of Thompson's _This world, then..._. That's by Bill Pope, a master photographer. The movie is so-so, but the photography is art. Come to think of it, the Thompson novel is pretty bad. Let's not blame the screenwriter.

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