The audio version of this book has at least one major advantage over the print version. It is read by the author! I love that, because no one knows how the written word should be read like the person who wrote them, but he also offers the occaissional aside comment or story that makes the listener feel they're getting something special.
This is an auotobiographical book, but trust me Kevin Smith is quite an interesting character.
This was the first read iv'e ever heard Kevin Smith do, but I am a fan of his movies.
I think the idea that sticks with me the most from the book is that so-called indie film is basically dead. I feel a real sense of saddness for that loss, and the fact that artists like him may have no future forum for their ideas.
Definately not for children, prudes, or those who are uncomfortable with the truth. Mr. Smith tells it like it is, and though you may squirm with the bluntness of his adjectives you will also find yourself laughing out loud.
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