tazz wrote:I am going to watch it. The trailer looks good and has scenes I remember from the book. The line up of actors is good too.
Diego Sahagún wrote:tazz, read that -> Gliniecki: "I have solid evidence Glinski didn't do The Long Walk":
Dow Williams wrote:Diego Sahagún wrote:Dow Williams wrote:Absolutely one of the best stories of all time, one of my top two favorite books. The controversy over this half century has done nothing but bring about more interest in the story. The fact that Slavomir was able to keep everyone guessing until his death was pretty wicked. Only time I ever had ever had a serious conversation with someone from the main stream film industry was regarding this book.
What's the other favourite book between your first two
Somehow the thread's book reminds me of Seven Years in Tibet...
We Die Alone...a legit and well documented story of a Norwegian spy by the name of Jan Baalsrud. Howarth, the author, had his own doubt of some of the circumstances until he visited most each and every location involved in Jan's story and confirmed his recollection via various, but separate, witness accounts. I have original editions of both books. I have often toyed with the idea of following his footsteps, including a very cold and arduous swim.
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