[E-pub] ♸ Its All Going Wonderfully Well ☩ Famulantenaustausch.de

[E-pub] ☣ Its All Going Wonderfully Well ⚓ A Funny, Honest Memoir About Growing Up And Holding On To What You Ve Lost When Bob Hoskins Died Of Parkinson S In , His Daughter Posted A Blog Called Lessons From Dad, Which Received An Extraordinary Response In This Emotional Tribute, Rosa Hoskins Remembers The Times They Shared Whether At Home Or On The Set Of Hook And Goes On A Journey To Learn About Him, Gathering Stories From The People He Worked With Over The Years, Including Robert De Niro And Helen Mirren An Unlikely Hollywood Star, Bob Hoskins Will Be Remembered For Classic Films Such As Long Good Friday, Mona Lisa, And Who Framed Roger Rabbit But As He Told His Daughter, In The End, Love Is The Only Thing That Matters Filled With The Humor, Honesty, Enormous Love, And Respect That Characterized Rosa And Her Dad S Relationship, This Is A Moving Memoir About Growing Up, Grieving, And Embracing What You Had A Giant seen through his little girls eyes.Poignant, deeply sad and hilarious in equal measure, Rosa Hoskins account of her life with her father is an unmissable read and hard to put down Her vulnerability at the loss of the man she obviously adored was very evident, and so brave of her to reveal Bob Hoskins was a larger than life character to most of us, but to Rosa he was just Her beloved Dad A very good read. I saw Rosa Hoskins being interviewed on BBC Breakfast the other day and decided I had to buy this book.This is a memoir of her father the actor Bob Hoskins He had an interesting life where he fell in to acting almost by accident and came from a working class background He had a brilliant sense of humour, was down to earth but also paradoxically liked to be alone and knew his worth I really enjoyed this book Some bits of it made me laugh Especially the anecdote about It s all going wonderfully well, the way he learned to hallucinate for his role in Who Framed Roger Rabbit and the pranks he used to get up to It was also incredibly heart wrenching and a bit close to home at the end when she wrote about how she struggled in dealing with his death.A very honest book which is an enjoyable read no matter what you think of Bob Hoskins An interesting story terribly told A clearly loving memoir which gives something of an insight not only into Bob Hoskins, but also the real problems that can be related to grief at the loss of a loved one However, the prose is pedestrian, filled with meaningless cliches and weasel metaphors which begin to grate should one attach importance to such things While the truth shines through, it is littered with adjectives which add nothing and a high degree of repetition although were all that removed it would be half the size I wouldn t buy it, but if you have an interest in Bob Hoskins, borrow from a friend or library.