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  • Book Name: Madly Deeply
  • Authors: Alan Rickman 
  • Pages: 480
  • Genre: Biography 
  • Publish Date: October 18, 2022
  • Language: English

Book Review: 

Madly, Deeply is a distillation of more than a million words. It tells the story of what it meant to be one of the most fĂȘted and admired actors in the decades immediately before and after the dawn of the third millennium. 

There are highs and lows, glowing reviews and bad, performances that were a joy and others when it seemed that everything that could go wrong did. After the applause and encores Alan would repair to a favoured late-night haunt where, surrounded by well-wishers and fellow actors, he would unwind and think about the show just gone and the shows yet to come. Reading this book is as close as we can get to being there ourselves and to encountering the real Alan Rickman. What a privilege it is to spend time in his company.

Publishers Henry Holt confirmed that Madly Deeply: The Diaries of Alan Rickman will hit shelves in October 18, with Variety reporting that the actor “wrote his diaries with the intention of future publication.” Written from the early 1990s up to his death in 2016, the entries created a total of 27 volumes and will both “offer new insight into the mind” of Rickman and “paint a deep portrait of a renowned actor, a political activist, an avid traveler and a devoted friend.”

But Rickman’s artistry wasn’t confined to just his performances. Fans of movies, theater, and memoirs at large will delight in the intimate experience of Rickman detailing the extraordinary and the ordinary in a way that is “anecdotal, indiscreet, witty, gossipy and utterly candid.”

He grants us access to his thoughts and insights on theater performances, the craft of acting, politics, friendships, work projects, and his general musings on life. Madly, Deeply: The Diaries of Alan Rickman was written with the intention to be shared, and reading it feels as if Rickman is chatting to a close friend.

Rickman's performance as the acting king of british theater is second to none.

The ability to hook a viewer within a few syllables is a rare quality in an actor, one that can yield performances that live long past the end credits. Rickman proved that more than just about anyone, with every meticulous twist of his velveteen voice.

Kate Winslet, who gave a tearful tribute at the London Film Critics' Circle Awards, remembered Rickman as warm and generous, adding, "And that voice! Oh, that voice." Dame Helen Mirren said his voice "could suggest honey or a hidden stiletto blade".Emma Thompson remembered "the intransigence which made him the great artist he was—his ineffable and cynical wit, the clarity with which he saw most things, including me... 

I learned a lot from him."Colin Firth told The Hollywood Reporter that, as an actor, Rickman had been a mentor.John McTiernan, director of Die Hard, said Rickman was the antithesis of the villainous roles for which he was most famous on screen. 

Sir Ian McKellen wrote, "behind [Rickman's] mournful face, which was just as beautiful when wracked with mirth, there was a super-active spirit, questing and achieving, a super-hero, unassuming but deadly effective." Writer/director Kevin Smith told a tearful 10-minute story about Rickman on his Hollywood Babble On podcast. Rickman's family offered their thanks "for the messages of condolence".

Cast and crew on those movies were among the first to pay tribute to the actor. In a lengthy post, Daniel Radcliffe wrote that Rickman was “one of the greatest actors I will ever work with” as well as “one of the loyalest and most supportive people I’ve ever met in the film industry”.

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