on 3 February 2004
Great book going beyond my expectations. Very much a diary of the filming of the movie, the everyday antics of cast and crew members on set and an account of feelings towards them.
Gives a very honest and detailed overview of an actors working life on set and on location. Roger also is honest about his feelings on being accepted onto the set after Sean's years. However, it is clear from reading he was part of the furniture upon the final day of shooting at Pinewood.
Definitely would recommend this book to any Bond fan. Some more behind the scenes photos would of been great though!
on 10 December 2010
Highly interesting account of the 83 days or so of shooting Live and Let Die. It's a bit like Roger Moore's commentary track on the DVD, but much more detailed, filled with wonderful anecdotes and it tells the story in the order of how the film was shot, which was quite different from how it was put together. Highly recommended.