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“I dramatically narrate these eight different books as the images from the stories are projected behind me,” he says.
“That lasts for one hour.” After the dramatic narration, called , and the feature film, comes a question-and-answer period, “which is one and a half hours.” He adds, “So actually the question-and-answer period is longer than the film itself.”The question-and-answer session is in some ways the most important part of the whole show, “because the films themselves are designed to bring up questions, and they do. I’ve always had an agent for acting—and just an agent. For my shows, I personally book the shows and I do, you know, everything. It’s described on your website as a one-hour dramatic narration of eight different “profusely illustrated books.” You began making these books a long time ago, and they’re very painstakingly constructed books, I understand. I was at an acting class called the Loft Studio when I was 19, and it was on La Brea.
In 1992 or ’93, the Olympia Film Festival had a small retrospective of the work I’d done as an actor at that time.
And I thought, “Well this is the right time to put my slideshow together of different books.” I picked eight different books that I felt would play best as a performance.
Thompson also acknowledges that the actor was a “a bit of a handful,” but worth it because he delivered the goods.
And evidently the working title of “Back To The Future II” was “Paradox.” It was apparently envisioned as one film originally, but then the filmmakers convinced Universal to break the movie into two parts. Shame they don’t seem to have interviews with Stoltz in it, but it’s easy to see why he’d decline.
“It could be a late night.”Crispin Glover, in other words, is not here to make things easy for anyone, and to his very loyal and somewhat particular audience, this is exactly the point. And I thought that was a good idea, so I went and found an old book from the 1800s called I always had liked words and art, and so I left a few words on one of the pages in there. And then I put some other artwork in, and then I did it on another page, again with some more words.
While it’s been discussed over the years by various players, including Stoltz who’s been very sanguine about it all, new details are surfacing thanks to Caseen Gaines’ new book, “We Don’t Need Roads: The Making of the Back to the Future Trilogy.” An excerpt was published on Vulture this week and features some never-before-heard details and anecdotes. The cast and crew knew that Stoltz would eventually be fired. There appears to be two factors at hand and one was Stoltz apparently took the role a little too seriously and went Method for a role that didn’t call for it.When Stoltz got the axe, he apparently took the new really hard. Make sure to read the entire long excerpt over at Vulture as there are lots of fascinating details for “Back To The Future” fans.Meanwhile, Yahoo got their hands on the book too and they deliver interesting bits of trivia.For real.” After the dialogue, “I have a book signing, and the book signing lasts until the last person in line has been met.” Without the book signing, Glover’s audience is showing up for an over-three-hour event; with the signing, we’re talking four hours. It’s consistent with the impression one has that your prodigious output—your films, your books, your live performances—is very much an indie operation. Down the street from it was an art gallery that upstairs had a bookstore, and there was a small subsection in the bookstore of handmade artists’ books.“I’ve been at venues as late as five in the morning,” Glover says. And one person had taken an old book from the 1800s and they had put their artwork in it.
At that point, I had 35-millimeter slides taken of the book pages.