I’ll lap up anything Pynchon-related, but this isn’t all that good. Focussed mainly on the mystery of the man, it criminally neglects the thing that’s most interesting about him: his books. Sure, some of the interviews with ex-girlfriends and acquaintances are ok interesting, but why do we have to spend a good fifteen minutes with the obsessive webmaster of a Pynchon website? The best thing about this is the V2 footage. For serious Pynchonites only.
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