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 The Devil in the White City (Martin Scorsese, ????)

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MessageSujet: The Devil in the White City (Martin Scorsese, ????)   Lun 7 Sep - 21:28

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Two years ago game creator, writer and director Ken Levine released his swan song, BioShock Infinite. The game marked his departure from 2K Games, Irrational Games and the series that brought recognition to his name. Levine is working on another project, one that could eclipse BioShock's success, but that the game has yet to be revealed.

BioShock infinite wasn't created without tons of research on Levine's part and part of his research found itself within the pages of Erik Larson's novel, 'The Devil in the White City.' Speaking with The New York Times in 2013, Levine revealed why the book brought him inspiration for Infinite:

"The Devil in the White City was a starting point for getting into the period. Our game starts about 20 years before that book begins. The bookends to that period to me are the World’s Fair and World War I.
It’s also an idealized environment, all built at one time. The World’s Fair was all fake, right? But it allowed us to see a pure city. Both Rapture (the underwater city in BioShock) and Columbia were built in a very short period of time with a similar controlled aesthetic."
If you're a BioShock Infinite fan you will be happy to know that Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio are teaming up with Paramount Pictures to bring this film to life. 'The Devil in the White City' follows the story  Daniel H. Burnham, the architect behind the 1893 World's Fair and Dr. HH Holmes, a man alleged to have killed 200 people in a hotel he ran during the 1893 Chicago World's fair.

The book is nonfiction and has chapters that will blow you away and other chapters that will have you staring at a wall, only, you didn't know you were staring at a wall -- you thought you were still reading.

At least that was my experience with it.

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