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The Bloomsbury Movie Guides feature scores of entries on all aspects of the making and meaning of movies. Each guide includes historic, cinematic, and literary references; profiles of actors and directors; and interviews.
Jaws, the epitome of suspenseful 1970s action-drama, was directed by Steven Spielberg. (Indeed, this is the film that put Spielberg on the map in Hollywood.) In these pages, Nigel Andrews provides a readable and meticulous critical analysis of a movie that has fascinated him for more than twenty years. He provides the reader with insightful behind-the-scenes stories about daily workings on the set, while also examining the importance of every actor/character and evaluating his or her contribution to the movie.