Have been reading Which Lie Did I Tell by William Goldman and found a passage of him praising Coppola's script for the Great Gatsby... only then to google and find pretty much endless acclaim for it, but can't find a copy anywhere.
Does anyone know of one floating around? Or is this a unicorn?
Interesting quote to note:
"I was shocked to find that there was almost no dialogue between Daisy and Gatsby in the book, and was terrified that I'd have to make it all up. So I did a quick review of Fitzgerald's short stories and, as many of them were similar in that they were about a poor boy and a rich girl, I helped myself to much of the authentic Fitzgerald dialogue from them."