Autobiography of a liar

Graham Chapman

21,90 €
Translated from English by Béatrice Vierne Graham Chapman, co-founder of Monty Python, offers us a caustic autobiography, where outrageous lies and touching truths rub shoulders. Mountaineer, doctor, actor, alcoholic, insatiable heterosexual then assumed homosexual: the incredible life of Graham Chapman makes him a fascinating character. It also tells how the crazy and revolutionary band of Monty Python met and formed, the years of the Flying Circus, the films that followed and made it essential. A surreal tale faithful to the spirit of Monty Python. A cult book.
The author

Graham Chapman (1941 – 1989) helped create Monty Python during his college years. Their series, Flying Circus, aired from 1969 to 1974. They went on to make Sacred Grail (1975), Brian's Life (1979), and The Meaning of Life (1983).

320 pages | ISBN: 9782315003723