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Rebel Without a Crew: Or How a 23-Year-Old Filmmaker with $7,000 Became a Hollywood Player Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Seven, "The Chase" Summary

Robert Rodríguez
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Chapter Seven, "The Chase" Summary and Analysis

In this chapter, Rodriguez writes about how he ends up landing an agent and a Hollywood contract for El Mariachi. This chapter shows Rodriguez under a different light. As he goes the conventional route and finds an agent to represent him he does not seem to be a rebel anymore. This, however, turns out to be his best move because as soon as he has his foot in the door, via ICM, everything goes very quickly and El Mariachi becomes the talk of Hollywood. Indeed, the news about his unusual filmmaking and his talent spreads fast. The entries go from January 13th to April 10, 1992.

After hearing details about how fast the movie was made and for how much, Robert Newman and other agents from ICM cannot wait to see El Mariachi. When Rodriguez finishes adding...

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