راننده تاكسی

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  • 208 pages
  • راننده تاكسی
  • Paul Schrader
  • Persian
  • 21 December 2017
  • 9643125513 Edition Language Persian Characters

About the Author: Paul Schrader

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راننده تاكسی A loner, Travis Bickle takes up driving a taxi in search of an escape from his sleeplessness and his disgust with the corruption he finds around him His pent up rage, fuelled by his doomed relationship with the political campaign worker Betsy, leads to an inevitable descent into psychosis and violence. New Download Kindle ePUB راننده تاكسی author Paul Schrader – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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  1. Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Taxi Driver, Paul Schrader Taxi Driver is a 1976 American neo noir psychological thriller film directed by Martin Scorsese, written by Paul Schrader, and starring Robert De Niro, Jodie Foster, Cybill Shepherd, Harvey Keitel, Peter Boyle, Albert Brooks and Leonard Harris Set in a decaying New York City following the Vietnam War, the film tells the story of a lonely veteran De Niro working as a taxi driver, who descends into insanity as he plots to assassinate a presidential candidate Harris Taxi Driver, Paul Schrader Taxi Driver is a 1976 American neo noir psychological thriller film directed by Martin Scorsese, written by Paul Schrader, and starring Robert De Niro, Jodie Foster, Cybill Shepherd, Harvey Keitel, Peter Boyle, Albert Brooks and Leonard Harris Set in a decaying New York City...

  2. KamRun says:

    Travis struggles up and collapses on the red velvet sofa, his blood soaked body blending with the velvet He looks helplessly up at the officer He forms his bloody hand into a pistol, raises it to his forehead and, his voice croaking in pain, makes the sound of a pistol discharging Pgghew Pgghew

  3. Zaki says:

    I don t care what people say Paul Schrader s Taxi Driver is a comedy ok maybe not a comedy but a tragi comedy OK alright it s just a tragedy i don t think schrader had any intention to be funny but i laughed out loud at some of the scenes in this and i found travis...

  4. Inder Suri says:

    This Screenplay throws at me, the darker side of my own Life.It tells me I am not alone, It tells me I am alive.

  5. Willem van den Oever says:

    During the 1970 s, a whole series of brilliant films was produced with one of its absolute highlights being Taxi Driver , by a young film maker called Martin Scorsese It showed Hollywood and the rest of the world that a new generation was taking over the movie industry with new ideas, new stars anddirectness and frankness than previously imaginable in Tinseltown Feelings of l...

  6. Rebecca McNutt says:

    If you ve ever seen the film Taxi Driver, you probably know how unforgettable it is Reading the script was a chance to analyze the story and to really understand its depth and meanings behind the fast paced plot and creative characters.

  7. J.C. says:

    Reading the script was interesting for me because as a teenager i had seen the film numerous times, so reading it i could hear the film in the back of my head The best part about reading this, for me, was the fact that I got to see just how much of the film dialogue was improvised on the spot Actors either added or subtracted to the dialogue on some scenes, adding so muchto the film than what was already the...

  8. Arlind Fazliu says:

    I found it cool that it was very much like the movie.Maybe I am not very familiar with screenplays and how much of them should a movie portray in the screen but being a big fan of the movie I must say that I absolutely adored it and I read it with a hot coffee nearby which at the end was cold as Arctic because I had just forgotten to drink it from being too absorbed in the reading.This screenplay is so important to me because it portrays a big po...