Posted by Petra on October 25, 1998 at 19:54:14:
In Reply to: Re: E. Adams and posted by Rebecca on October 23, 1998 at 13:58:33:
: : It was on a website that I read about it, but I can't seem to find it right now. If I still do, I'll post it. I never heard of the book before, but the quote indeed doesn't sound like Adams. Unless maybe, you should wait to see how the story develops, Patty? Who knows, maybe some unexpected turn, a character who actually is someone else, different realities? Maybe I should get the book... Actually, the idea that the same actor who played sweet, charming and naive Thomas would play a mysterious psychopath killer in his next movie is exactly what would catch my attention and attract me to watch that movie. I love contrasts and movies where the "bad guy" doesn't look like a bad guy at all, maybe turns out being the good guy in the end, and then again maybe not... and where lines aren't clear cut. In short: Mystery! Looking forward to it...
: : Petra
: Hi Petra,
: I agree with you regarding Evan Adams. It would be very interesting to see him portay the psychopath..
: Mysteries? I love mysteries....I really enjoyed Tony Hillerman's book "DARK WIND" which takes place on the Navaho Reservation in Arizona. You might enjoy it...You can also find the movie on videotape. I liked the movie, although it was hard to imagine Lou Diamond Phillips as JIM CHEE...
thanks for the recommendation! I have seen the movie years ago. "Zapped in" late, though, and never quite understood it. So, reading the book might be a good idea. Agree about Lou Diamond Phillips...
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