Once Upon a Time in America: BFI Modern Classics Series
by Adrian Martin
Sergio Leone, maestro of the ‘spaghetti western’, spent some sixteen years of his life developing what was to be his final work – the gangster epic Once Upon a Time in America (1983). As well as detailing the film’s genesis, its production history, and its different versions, this study considers Once Upon a Time in America within the context of Leone’s evolution as a grand cinema stylist.
- Year of Publication: 1998
- Genre: Non-Fiction
- Audience: Adult