Scarface Book

  • Title: Scarface
  • Author: Paul Monette
  • ISBN: 9780425064245
  • Page: 212
  • Format: Paperback
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    Scarface Directed by Brian De Palma With Al Pacino, Michelle Pfeiffer, Steven Bauer, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio In Miami, a determined Cuban immigrant takes over a Scarface film Scarface is a American crime drama film directed by Brian De Palma and written by Oliver Stone It is a remake of the film and tells the story of Cuban refugee Tony Montana who arrives in s Miami with nothing and rises to become a powerful drug lord. Scarface Directed by Antoine Fuqua With Diego Luna An immigrant rises to the top of the criminal underworld in the United States. Watch Scarface Prime Video Scarface best damn movie ever I was in south beach back in the day and waling to the beach from my hotel and I look over and there is the hotel from the initial scene with the chainsaw I could not believe I was standing there next to that hotel, was incredible. Scarface film Scarface also known as Scarface The Shame of the Nation and The Shame of a Nation is a American pre Code gangster film directed by Howard Hawks and produced by Scarface rapper Brad Terrence Jordan born November , , better known by his stage name Scarface, is an American rapper and record producer, best known as a member of the Geto Boys, a Scarface Plot Summary Starving for a hearty slice of the exciting American Dream, the Cuban refugee and ex convict, Tony Scarface Montana, winds up in the sun drenched boulevards of President Jimmy Carter s Miami, after Fidel Castro s massive expulsion of Marielitos. Scarface Every Dog Has His Day Scene Jun , One carry over from the original Scarface is Tony Montana s incestuous yearnings for his sister Gina Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio The screenplay for the Scarface Scarface Full Cast Crew Scarface cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and . SCARFACE BrotherMob Twitter The latest Tweets from SCARFACE BrotherMob AUTHENTIC DEEPLY ROOTED Management info AGenCY HOUSTON, TEXAS

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    About "Paul Monette"

    1. Paul Monette

      Interviews wiredforbooks paulmoneDocumentary On Brink of Summer s End 1996youtu Xh6e6LCwIEoOnline Guide to Paul Monette s papers at UCLA findaid.oaclib findaid In novels, poetry, and a memoir, Paul Monette wrote about gay men striving to fashion personal identities and, later, coping with the loss of a lover to AIDS.Monette was born in Lawrence, Massachusetts, in 1945 He was educated at prestigious schools in New England Phillips Andover Academy and Yale University, where he received his B.A in 1967 He began his prolific writing career soon after graduating from Yale For eight years, he wrote poetry exclusively.After coming out in his late twenties, he met Roger Horwitz, who was to be his lover for over twenty years Also during his late twenties, he grew disillusioned with poetry and shifted his interest to the novel, not to return to poetry until the 1980s.In 1977, Monette and Horwitz moved to Los Angeles Once in Hollywood, Monette wrote a number of screenplays that, though never produced, provided him the means to be a writer Monette published four novels between 1978 and 1982 These novels were enormously successful and established his career as a writer of popular fiction He also wrote several novelizations of films.Monette s life changed dramatically when Roger Horwitz was diagnosed with AIDS in the early 1980s After Horwitz s death in 1986, Monette wrote extensively about the years of their battles with AIDS Borrowed Time, 1988 and how he himself coped with losing a lover to AIDS Love Alone, 1988 These works are two of the most powerful accounts written about AIDS thus far.Their publication catapulted Monette into the national arena as a spokesperson for AIDS Along with fellow writer Larry Kramer, he emerged as one of the most familiar and outspoken AIDS activists of our time Since very few out gay men have had the opportunity to address national issues in mainstream venues at any previous time in U.S history, Monette s high visibility profile was one of his most significant achievements He went on to write two important novels about AIDS, Afterlife 1990 and Halfway Home 1991 He himself died of AIDS related complications in 1995.In his fiction, Monette unabashedly depicts gay men who strive to fashion personal identities that lead them to love, friendship, and self fulfillment His early novels generally begin where most coming out novels end his protagonists have already come to terms with their sexuality long before the novels projected time frames Monette has his characters negotiate family relations, societal expectations, and personal desires in light of their decisions to lead lives as openly gay men.Two major motifs emerge in these novels the spark of gay male relations and the dynamic alternative family structures that gay men create for themselves within a homophobic society These themes are placed in literary forms that rely on the structures of romance, melodrama, and fantasy.Monette s finest novel, Afterlife, combines the elements of traditional comedy and the resistance novel it is the first gay novel written about AIDS that fuses personal love interests with political activism.Monette s harrowing collection of deeply personal poems, Love Alone 18 Elegies for Rog, conveys both the horrors of AIDS and the inconsolable pain of love lost The elegies are an invaluable companion to Borrowed Time.Before the publication and success of his memoir, Becoming a Man, it seemed inevitable that Monette would be remembered most for his writings on AIDS Becoming a Man, however, focuses on the dilemmas of growing up gay It provides at once an unsparing account of the nightmare of the closet and a moving and often humorous depiction of the struggle to come out Becoming a Man won the 1992 National Book Award for nonfiction, a historical moment in the history

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    1. Scarface, better known as Tony Montana. Tony, a Cuban refugee who has entered the United States to make a name for himself. Tony had a rough start. Tony and many other fellows had been sent to a camp. He had made friends but his best friend, Manny. Manny had a plan to get both Tony and himself out of the camp. They had to kill a powerful Cuban figure. As soon as they had killed him, they started to roam around the streets of Miami. They both started small part-time jobs at a shack after the stre [...]

    2. Hang on to your seat, this is a gutsy book about gangsters, or mobsters and the secret lives and what really happens.

    3. 5 of 5 stars to Scarface. I gave it so because both the novel & the movie were awesome. I would read the novel again if it's not in campus library. :D Because, I feel that this novel was brilliant, thrilling, and violent! I knew and learnt much about coke business and organization. Many slang words used when the characters were speaking. I also learnt that Tony really wanted to make his family, Gina and Mama happy using his ‘dirty money’.The story was about Tony Montana who wanted to mak [...]

    4. 1st Read: January 18, 2002 - February 7, 2002 Having seen the movie a couple times and enjoyed it, it was due time to begin this book I'd picked up at Value Village for a dollar. When I had finished it, I thought I would have to re-read it. There are bits and pieces of it I remember, but the ending of the book was quite memorable. 2nd Read: December 8, 2012 - December 12, 2012 In November 2012, I had started the process of elimination of re-reading books for a second, sometimes third time. By do [...]

    5. Not a bad novel based off the film. It does follow the movie pretty well, making some changes to make the story more feasible than the film. Some of the changes I wasn't a big fan of as this is my favorite movie it's based on. It still is a good companion piece if you like the movie, which is better than this novel.

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