A comprehensive study of Johnny Depp's work through the lens of ten of his most iconic roles
American film star Johnny Depp (b.1963) has led an incredibly diverse career, playing eccentric characters in what are now considered classics including Edward Scissorhands (1990), Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998) and Pirates of the Caribbean (2003).
A new title in the fascinating series from world-renowned cinema magazine Cahiers du cinema, which focuses on ten key performances from a single actor. Once a teen idol, Johnny Depp (b. 1963) has led an incredibly diverse career, playing eccentric characters in now-classics like Edward Scissorhands, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Pirates of the Caribbean and Alice in Wonderland. An accessible text combines both a narrative and analytical dimension and is illustrated by 300 film stills, set photographs and film sequences.
Corinne Vuillaume is an author and journalist. A regular contributor to academic film journal Cadrage, she has also written for the television and penned a collection of short stories, Un Continent sous la Dune (2006). She holds a doctorate in film studies and has published numerous articles on the fantastic in art history and the cinema.