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A Knight's Tale: The Shooting Script by  Brian Helgeland - Paperback - 2001 - from Speaking Volumes Books and

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A Knight's Tale: The Shooting Script

by Helgeland, Brian

Condition: Fine /N/A

US: Newmarket Press. Book Description This unlikely romantic adventure, set in Europe in the fourteenth century a nd filmed mostly in Prague, was written, produced, and directed by Academy Award-winner Brian Helgeland (co-writer/co-producer of L.A. Confidential), and stars Heath Ledger (The Patriot), Mark Addy (The Full Monty), and Rufus Sewell (Bless the Child, Cold Comfort Farm). sA Knight's Tale is the rousi ng story of fearless squire William Thatcher (Heath Ledger), softhearted Ro land (Mark Addy), hot-headed Wat (Alan Tudyk), Kate the blacksmith (Laura F raser), an itinerant writer named Geoff Chaucer (Paul Bettany), an exceedin gly fair maiden (Shannyn Sossamon), and archrival Count Adhemar (Rufus Sewe ll). This unique Newmarket Shooting Script edition includes the film's comp lete shooting script, an introduction written exclusively for this edition by screenwriter/director Brian Helgeland, an exclusive 24-page color photo album, and full film credits. Editorial Reviews From School Library Journal Adult/High School-Heartthrob Heath Ledger staring grimly from the book's cover, along with the promise of a 24-page photo album within, will insure the popularity of this selection about the popular movie. Those who actually read more than the captions will find an amusing fairy tale of a fearless peasant pretending to be a noble in order to compete in tournaments. The introduction by the film's screenwriter and director provides an interesting story of its conception, and the changes made in the script as it was shot and edited. Film students will pay special attention to the differences between the film released in theaters and the shooting sc . Paperback. 2001. Fine.



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