Slow Fade - Rudolph Wurlitzer

Slow Fade

By Rudolph Wurlitzer

  • Release Date: 2011-06-21
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
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Slow Fade Rudolph Wurlitzer Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

The story alternates between [Wesley] Hardin in Santa Fe, Mexico, and New York — shooting a last-stand Western until the producer blows the whistle and shuts off the funds, generating a cinéma vérité chronicle of his own life — and A.D. and Walker writing their script on the road, so that each movement in the present is complemented by an additional piece of the past uncovered. This narrative counterpoint allows Wurlitzer to pursue a satirical bent as he charts both fantasy trips, which becomes a contrast between the spiritual excesses of two generations: Yosemite Sam and Mr. Natural, each on a suicide mission.
— Jonathan Rosenbaum

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