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Rebel Without a Crew: Or How a 23-Year-Old Filmmaker with $7,000 Became a Hollywood Player Characters & Character Analysis

Robert Rodríguez
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Rodriguez Rodriguez

Rodriguez is the author and subject of Rebel Without a Crew. He is twenty-three when the diary begins. He comes from a humble Latino family based in Texas. He does not do so well in academic subjects, but he excels at filmmaking, so this is what he decides to for a living. Rodriguez starts working on his craft at such an early age, encountering several technical problems, and what he calls "failures," that by twenty-three, he has become an expert in filmmaking. However, his success in Hollywood comes to him as a big surprise.

He is patient, focused, and determined with perfectionist tendencies that make him want to control everything from the movie set to the editing room. His desire to be in charge at all times also causes him to overlook the central role that his friend Gallardo plays in the making of...

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