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"Back to the Future: The Ultimate Visual History", the book!

I quickly showed you this book ("Back to the Future: The Ultimate Visual History") a few weeks ago, on the anniversary of the October 23, 2015, when Marty and Doc came in the future on board of the DeLorean from the movie "Back to the Future ". Today I want to dedicate it more attention, mostly because it is a really interesting book that can not miss into the collection of every fan of this awesome movie franchise.
The book, printed only in English (but it's easy to read, even for those who are not native speakers), comes with a hard cover that gives solidity to the book and the paper used is thick with glossy print, characteristic that gives a better quality to the images. Speaking of pictures, there are hundreds and hundreds of images, most of which are unpublished and taken in the backstage of the filming, so it's nice to see scenes seen in the movies, but from other points of view. The book also is organized into four major sections: the first three related to the realization of each movie, while the last concerns the construction of the attraction "Back to the Future: The Ride" (built in the Universal Studios in Los Angeles , Orlando and Japan) and the animated series "Back to the Future". About the realization of each individual film, it's described in chronological order every single week of processing, describing the order with which every individual scene have been filmed and telling many curiosity about every single scene or each individual element built specifically for the three movies (like the DeLorean, the Hoverboard and many other gadgets, which also shows the sketches drawn before the implementation).
Furthermore, to make it even more unique and interesting this book is the presence inside of a lot of copies of props such the fading Marty's photography, the letter that Marty writes to Doc to save him from the Libyans, the flyer of the clock tower and many more ... the only flaw is that these elements are bonded (with rubbery glue but easily removable) to the pages of the book: would have been better to put an envelope attached to the book where they can store without the risk of losing or damaging them (as was done for the book "Terminator Vault: the Complete Story Behind the Making of the Terminator and Terminator 2", but I'll show this in a few days).
Finally, as I said earlier, this book is fabulous and it's really a focal point for all fans of "Back to the Future" and as Christmas approaches, it could also be a wonderful Christmas gift!

Posted by: Fabiano on Tue 12/15/2015 at 11:50   00

Tags: book, future, back, terminator, individual, movie, interesting, realization, christmas, delorean

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