As all Auster's stories do, Lulu on the Bridge combines myth, magic, and reality to uncover truths about the human experience. Izzy Maurer, a jazz musician, is accidentally hit by a bullet during a performance in a New York club, and his life is changed forever. Through the enchantment of a mysterious stone, Izzy is led on a journey into the strange and sometimes frightening labyrinth of his soul. Both thriller and fairy tale, Lulu on the Bridge is above all a story about the redemptive powers of love. This book contains the entire shooting script of the film and an interview with Paul Auster, as well as interviews with the director of photography, the production designer, the costume designer, the editor, and an essay by the producer, Peter Newman. The text is accompanied by photographs and illustrations from behind the scenes and more than thirty stills from the film.
Used availability for Paul Auster's Lulu on the Bridge
June 1999 : UK Paperback
December 1998 : Paperback
September 1998 : USA Paperback
April 2014 : USA, Canada Kindle edition