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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 Eight, "Columbia Pictures" Summary

Robert Rodríguez
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Chapter Eight, "Columbia Pictures" Summary and Analysis

The entries of this chapter go from April 14th through May 24, 1992.

The Columbia contract is being finalized, and Rodriguez expects to receive some money soon. His life has definitely changed because this time he flies back to Los Angeles in first class and on the next day, he finds himself on the first page of Daily Variety. He also meets more Hollywood big names, such as filmmaker John Singleton.

Rodriguez is introduced to everybody at his new company and Mark Canton, a Columbia Pictures executive, tells him that the Mariachi remake should be his first project. Once he's back in Texas, Rodriguez seems to enjoy the fact that he does not have to go anywhere in the morning, he reports that he loves his new job. Yet at school he has a strange encounter with...

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