Ford plays the ship's tough, Party-connected Captain Alexei Vostrikov, a thinly veiled fictionalization
of the real K-19's late Captain Nikolai Zateyev.
Thus, for all the fictionalization
of some elements and Burnett's understandable wish to avoid asking actresses to do impersonations of her, audiences are going to want to see something that's more recognizably Carol Burnett in "Hollywood Arms.
The stories are connected in general ways: they fall into the historical context of military rule in Nigeria; they move from the author's hometown of Ososo to the fictional Ife, called Akoda; the Anago seem to be the Yoruba people; the people are traditional farmers of cocoa who use the anila currency, a fictionalization
of the Nigerian naira.
The two works have certain aspects in common: Both take as their points of departure Winston Churchill's nineteenth-century accounts of his African travels, Henry Morton Stanley's description of his mission to rescue David Livingston, Joseph Conrad's fictional narrative about a European regressing to primitiveness in the Congo, and Edgar Rice Burroughs's spectacularly successful whole-cloth fictionalization
of Africa in his Tarzan stories.
I closed the book still confused by the fictionalization
, by the weak solving of the murder, and pretty certain I don't want to know any more about this subject, however well written.
But their dressing up in various proletarian guises goes beyond the kinds of fictionalization
practiced by, say, Sergei Eisenstein, whose hiring of a Lenin look-alike to play the role of the Bolshevik leader in his 1927 film October was condemned by the factographic documentarians as "disgracefully false.
Beefcake'' is two movies in one: a superficial documentary about the subculture of male ``beefcake'' photographers of 1950s Los Angeles and a campy fictionalization
In this fictionalization
, even the actually embittered Keeler eventually makes nice with her ex.
In re-creating the world of Samarkand, the author relies on two techniques: fictionalization
He proved it when he came out with ``Chapter Two,'' a fictionalization
of his marriage to actress Marsha Mason following the death of his first wife in 1973.
In Brown's fictionalization
, William "seemed to despair of escaping from slavery by following his wife's plans" until Ellen commanded, "'Come, William .
A decade later, the Horn of Africa and Nile Delta provided the oneiric setting for his first fiction film, Empty Quarter: Une femme en Afrique (1984-85), which was followed by the fictionalization
of the Claustre affair, La captive du desert (1989), filmed in the southern Sahara.