Director’s Cut Review


Director’s Cut

By Ted Kotcheff

I received a free copy of Director’s Cut in exchange for my honest opinion.

Starts off slow, but once you get into it Director’s Cut is a fascinating read. Director’s Cut follows Ted Kotcheff’s entire life, how he came to be a film director and producer and many other things. Kotcheff is best know for directing the movie Rambo: First Blood starring Sylvester Stallone as well as executive producing 263 episode of Law & Order: SVU.

For my first read of an autobiography, I am impressed and I am struggling as to how to review it. It was an easy and enjoyable read which I would defiantly read again.

I find it hard to rate an autobiography as I feel like I am rating the person life, which I defiantly try not to do. I would recommend Director’s Cut to film enthusiast’s and any want-to-be or up-and-coming directors or producers.

Director’s Cut contains material not suitable for younger readers.


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