The Silence of the Lambs - Thomas Harris- Audiobook …

Harris' vision of Hannibal Lecter is pretty different from Anthony Hopkins. The character is supposed to be Lithuanian.
Well, he also describes him as having red eyes and six fingers on one hand in The Silence of the Lambs. But it's a brilliant book. When I think about the success of the movie, we started out with one of the best thrillers ever written. We just managed not to screw it up.

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And again, verily I say unto you, if a man marry a wife by my word, which is my law, and by the new and everlasting covenant, and it is sealed unto them by the Holy Spirit of promise, by him who is unto whom I have appointed this power and the of this priesthood; and it shall be said unto them, ye shall come forth in the first resurrection; and if it be after the first resurrection, in the next resurrection; and shall inherit thrones, kingdoms, principalities, and powers, dominions, all heights and depths -- then shall it be written in the Lamb's Book of Life, that he shall commit no murder whereby to shed innocent blood, and if ye abide in my covenant, and commit no murder whereby to shed innocent blood, it shall be done unto in all things whatsoever my servant hath put upon them, in time and


Author Kathy Reichs explains how Thomas Harris' The Silence of the Lambs influenced her work.

Although Tally, a North Carolina–born playwright, had written for screen before, The Silence of the Lambs established his career. On March 30th, 1992, it became one of only three movies to win Oscars in the five major categories, with acting wins for Hopkins and Foster, a statuette for Demme, one for Tally and another for Best Picture. "I've never been back to the Oscars," Tally says. "I'm thinking it would be fun to go if you didn't have anything on the line, but you'd have to be Meryl Streep to be able to take that with some kind of measure of equanimity."

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