An interesting and insightful book giving movie and Al Pacino fans a long awaited, frank and extremely enjoyable series of interviews that spans 30 years. The two men became good friends and as the friendship developed and grew both their confidence and trust reaped rewards in some of the exchanges between them. You can almost see the glint in Al Pacino's eye as he tries to dodge some of Lawrence Grobel's personal questions who, even after thirty years, never appears to take Al Pacino for granted. The thing that also comes across is the high level of honesty and integrity, refreshing, because by reputation these two professions seriously lacks these qualities in this day and age. It makes this book an even more satisfying read. If you're looking for sleazy kiss and tell look elsewhere. This book is not only a must for Al Pacino fans but a manual for aspiring actors who want to know how to develop their art instead of just wanting to become a celebrity.