Adrian Ludlow, a novelist with a distinguished reputation and a book on the `A' level syllabus, is now seeking obscurity in a cottage beneath the Gatwick flight path. His university friend Sam Sharp, who has become a successful screen writer, drops in on the way to Los Angeles, fuming over a vicious profile of himself by Fanny Tarrant, one of the new breed of Rotwieler interviewers, in a Sunday newspaper. Together they decide to take revenge on the interviewer, though Adrian is risking what he values most: his privacy. HOME TRUTHS examines with wit and insight the contemporary culture of celebrity and the conflict between the solitary activity of writing and the demands of the media circus.A SPACIOUS MODERNISED cottage in Sussex. The interior of the ground floor has been modified to make an open-plan living-room with dining area (stage right) and sitting area (stage left) with armchair, sofa, coffee table and chaise- longue. ... ELEANOR And therea#39;s a row brewing over the Royal Opera House. ... One of the tabloids has paid a quarter of a million for pictures of them kissing on his yacht.
|Title||:||Home Truths: The Playscript|
|Publisher||:||Random House - 2012-03-31|