In film, the salacious is something to see. In video games, however, the salacious needs to be something to do.
D’Angelo gained considerable acclaim and commercial success, then vanished. And yet, he still enjoys unprecedented clout for an artist who has released just two albums over nearly two decades.
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David Foster Wallace was brilliant, famous, and dead before he was 50. This book is the first major biography of a complex man.
Steven Soderbergh’s tribute explores Spalding Gray’s life, illuminates his creative process, and explicates the art of the monologue—all while working as a Gray monologue.