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Twilight Directors Notebook

Reviewing: Written By Catherine Hardwicke Twilight Directors Notebook  |  Rating:
Jenn Huffer By Jenn Huffer on
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My mom and I went to Books-A-Million a couple weeks ago and we were looking around and we came across this Twilight book. We have both read the Twilight series and seen the film based on the first book and we both love the books and the film so this book interested us. It is a "notebook" so to speak from the director of the movie. If you remember Catherine Hardwicke directed the film version of Twilight. This book is written in a diary format. With photos that look to be taped or layed on the pages. The text is printed as if it was hand written in ink on the pages.

The book goes into explaining what the director was thinking or feeling while making this film and little small things that came up during the filming of the movie. It's a very interesting read for anyone who is a Twilight fan. I find myself thinking about things I have read in this book when I watch the film now. It turns on a whole new aspect of the filming of this movie and parts of the book that had to be in the film and what the actors and crew had to deal with while filming (such as drastic weather changes). I hope they make similar books to go along with the next three films seeing as the next three films will have different directors then the first film.

This is a hard cover book with 163 pages.