Monday, July 11, 2011

On Writers in Hollywood

via Open Culture
"Money buys pathetically little in Hollywood beyond the pleasure of living in an unreal world, associating with a narrow group of people who think, talk, and drink nothing but pictures, most of them bad, and the doubtful pleasure of watching famous actors and actresses guzzle in some of the rudest restaurants in the world."

Dear Hollywood: Raymond Chandler thinks you should get it together. Find the original 1945 piece for The Atlantic here.

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