Al Pacino: Book of Life entitled “Sony Boy” – “I have nothing to hide”

The man who has written history with his interpretations in great films, he is expected to be released in a few months one with his memoirs entitled “Sony Boy”. Al Pacino’s book will be released in October by the Penguin Random House publishing house. “I wrote “Sonny Boy” to capture what I saw and spent in my life. It was an incredibly personal and revealing experience to think of this journey, what acting gave me and what worlds it opened to me. My whole life has been a trip to the moon and so far I’m very lucky,” the actor said in a statement. They are “the memoirs of a man who has nothing to fear and nothing to hide” according to the announcement of the publishing house. “Sonny Boy” will start from its childhood in New York City, with its “trepid but mentally ill mother and parents”, the company of his young friends in the South Bronx and his study at the legendary High School of Performing Arts, New York. He will then cover his participation in the pioneering New York theater scene in the 1960s and 1970s, prior to his great film success in the early 1970s with “The Panic of Needle Park” and legendary films “The Godfather” and “The Godfather Part II” as well as “Serpico” and “Dog Day Afternoon”. According to Guardian, “Sony Boy: A Memoir” will be released on October 8.