Salinger directed by Shane Salerno
His hiding out - recluse
1st time war footage shown
More war footage -holocaust
Music and sound effects for war scene awesome
Normandie Beach scene and V.E. Day - visually enhanced, sound track, war sounds
Nervous breakdown after war
299 days in combat - immense, unimaginable stress
"Anybody after 200 days of combat goes insane."
Stage performance with giant projections
Close-Up hands and typewriter
Close-Up typeface on typewriter
Nice b-roll - artist sketching faces with charcoal
STORY COMES 1ST
Franny - story
Close-Up Salinger postal box - Black and White with his name on the side - mysterious
His writing "bunker"
Reenactment of the story when he was reclusive and writing for a week
Margaret Salinger - daughter's TV interview from 90's.
Flashbacks of War
Driving P.O.V. shot - filmmaker driving up to Connecticut
Hinduism and Salinger's religious beliefs - Bhagavad Gita, Glass Sotires
Zooey, 1957 - William Shawn, editor New Yorker magazine
He loved "Lost Horizon",
Woman, Joyce Maynard, on New York Times Magazine - wearing large man's watch like Zooey
Intercut positive and negative descriptions about a person - from two different sources.
***Still photo of the person telling the story from the time the story happened (back then)
Dir. Prod. Shane Salerno
Prod. Buddy Squires
Editor Regis Kimble
Film research: Bonnie Rowan