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(novel) "I'll Let You Go". New York: Random House, 2002. ISBN 0375500022
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[on satire] I see satire as Monty Python, as Jonathan Swift
, as Francois Rabelais
; I don't see anything in Maps to the Stars
(2014) that's an exaggeration in order to expose a truth. It's more realism than anything else. It's is a fever dream, it's a melodrama, I don't see it as a satire. The default is to call anything that makes one uncomfortable and in which someone may laugh something ...
Acerbic view of life in Hollywood