May 29 2009

A Festival Wife

Published by at 02:18 under Misc. Luxembourg

“A Festival Wife”  ass een neit online Fiktiouns Buch vum Rex Weiner. Et geet ëm d’Filmindustrie an eng gréisser an witzeg Roll huet och Letzebuerg.

Zitat: Forget about the goddam Luxembourg tax deal,” said Charles, peering darkly into his Bloody Mary, stirring it with a spoon so that the medicinal mixture of Worcestershire and spices swirled to the surface. “The real story on your film finance guys is they’re killers, Henry. They kill people.”

liesen kann een d’Buch hei: http://fest21.com/en/blog/a_festival_wife

“A Festival Wife” is a romantic thriller that takes place in the world of film festivals. A roman a clef, it contains characters, both real and disguised, who come together at the fictional San Lorenzo International Film Festival, a composite of many real festivals. Anyone who has been to Cannes and the global film markets will find the characters recognizable and the story intriguing – even controversial.

http://fest21.com/en/blog/a_festival_wife

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“A Festival Wife”  ass een neit online Fiktiouns Buch vum Rex Weiner. Et geet ëm d’Filmindustrie an eng gréisser an witzeg Roll huet och Letzebuerg.

Zitat: Forget about the goddam Luxembourg tax deal,” said Charles, peering darkly into his Bloody Mary, stirring it with a spoon so that the medicinal mixture of Worcestershire and spices swirled to the surface. “The real story on your film finance guys is they’re killers, Henry. They kill people.”

liesen kann een d’Buch hei: http://fest21.com/en/blog/a_festival_wife

“A Festival Wife” is a romantic thriller that takes place in the world of film festivals. A roman a clef, it contains characters, both real and disguised, who come together at the fictional San Lorenzo International Film Festival, a composite of many real festivals. Anyone who has been to Cannes and the global film markets will find the characters recognizable and the story intriguing – even controversial.

http://fest21.com/en/blog/a_festival_wife

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