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My neighbor is a member of the Ender's Game movie crew, and verifies that there will be lots of Flight School scenes in the movie, just as in the book. They will begin filming in New Orleans sometime next month. My own impression of the book version of Ender's Game is that it is one of a handful of fiction treatments of children that speaks to readers of all ages, as did To Kill a Mockingbird, Rite of Passage, etc.
I certainly won't funnel money to him by paying for a ticket to his movie.
Sounds like more fun to me! Though I fear that they'll have to "Hollywood" it up and create some sort of conflict for the movie to work. The book always impressed me as being a sort of low-conflict, melancholy sort of plot.
The Rama spacecraft is my favorite alien spaceship of all time. Second favorite might be the home ship described in Rite Of Passage.
Should I just start reading Rendezvous with Rama this coming week? What say you all?
She interviews people who knew history-making people, such as of course Hitler, but also Nietzche (a very revealing portrait there), Van Gogh, an astounding exploration thru the childhood of Pablo Picasso, as well as the childhood of Buster Keaton, and that also of the person who killed more than anyone else in human history, Joseph Stalin. If you want to know how to make (or heal) a dictator, start here.