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Word from the Producer
I first read Gorila almost thirty years ago. Ever since, I have imagined seeing this book as a motion picture. It is a thrilling story about a group of young men who escaped Communist regimes in Eastern Europe, seeking their place under the Parisian sun. They were young, they were handsome, exotic, full of life, and the desire to live. They had chosen to start over in Paris and Hollywood, running away from their checkered pasts . . . but they couldn't hide.
About THE BOOK
From THE NEW YORKER, by Richard Brody (April 10, 2010)
The ALAIN DELON CONNECTION
In his article “Gorilla in His Day,” Richard Brody, the movies editor for THE NEW YORKER, muses about the intertwining of fact and fiction: "Gorilla tellingly reveals the connection between the Parisian underworld and the top layers of French society in the late sixties . . ."