Glamorama (Knopf, 1998)
5 Interviews |
6 Articles |
6' (1.83 m)
Did You Know?
(on the negative reception of Less Than Zero
(1987)) "Well, who was happy with it? I don't know anyone who was happy with it. The director wasn't happy with it, and it was this compromised movie for many, many reasons. I don't think it began that way - I think that Scott Rudin
and Barry Diller
, who were the ones who brought it to 20th Century Fox, had a very different movie in mind. I think when ...
In his novel "American Psycho", he borrowed a character from Tana Janowitz's short story collection "Slaves of New York" (Stash) and a character from Jay McInerney's book "Story of My Life" (Alison Poole). In a recent interview he said that the inclusion of Alison Poole was because he was upset at McInerney over something (he couldn't recall) and his revenge was to have her attacked by Patrick ...
Often reuses or references characters from previous works