My Copy: 057117891X (image from austinchronicle.com, differs from mine because I got a British copy) I have to thank Werner Herzog for pointing this book in my direction, and it's so worth it. You could apply the labels of autobiography, shooting diary, and how-to to this book and it'd all be accurate. Rebel Without A … Continue reading Rebel Without a Crew, or, How a 23-Year-Old Film-maker with $7,000 Became a Hollywood Player, by Robert Rodriguez
I've had this question in the back of my mind since I became a Titanic nut around age 5. It's the mythology as much as the technology that keep me coming back to this piece of history. And the biggest question in my mind is, how did watertight technology develop and how was it tested? The Titanic's design always left me scratching my head.