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I blame Dennis Hopper : and other stories from a life lived in and out of the movies
- 921 D7344 (CEN)
New York : Flatiron Books, 2015.
293 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 22 cm
"In 1969, Illeana Douglas' parents saw the film Easy Rider. Like many folks of that generation, the groundbreaking film transformed them. Taking Dennis Hopper's words, 'That's what it's all about man,' to heart, they abandoned what Illeana had hoped would be her comfortable upper middle class life for a childhood filled with hippies, goats, free spirits, and free love. Illeana writes, 'Since it was all out of my control, I began to think of my life as a movie, with a Dennis Hopper like father at the center of it. Years later I would work with Dennis Hopper on the film Search and Destroy'"--