Marlon Brando by Florence Colombani
Anatomy of an Actor

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The particular beauty of the thing is that Anatomy of an Actor presents itself as a coffee table picture book with the soul of a real film volume. The result is something in which words are as worthy of the pictures.
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A beautiful new, highly illustrated, and elegantly designed series, Anatomy of an Actor explores the world's most established and favourite actors, and the characters they have played.
 

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Published May 21, 2013 by Phaidon Press. 192 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography.
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Reviewed by Vinton Rafe McCabe on Jan 07 2014

The particular beauty of the thing is that Anatomy of an Actor presents itself as a coffee table picture book with the soul of a real film volume. The result is something in which words are as worthy of the pictures.

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Reviewed by Vinton Rafe McCabe on May 21 2013

There is a vibrancy, a flush to the writing as if the author were pouring a glass of some very good wine and sharing anecdotes across the dinner table.

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