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Carroll is perhaps saved, in the end, by another habit: his writing. Even when he is at his lowest, or nearest to death, he finds solace and clarity through journal writing. In these monologues and poems—which ultimately became his Basketball Diaries — he finds a constant that carries him through six months of jail-time and rehabilitation. As an epilogue, his writing eventually places him in front of an audience sharing these same stories.
The Basketball Diaries. Synopsis: Film adaptation of street tough Jim Carroll's epistle about his kaleidoscopic free fall into the harrowing world of drug addiction. As a member of a seemingly unbeatable high school basketball squad, Jim's life centers around the basketball court and the court becomes a metaphor for the world in his mind.
I remember the first time I read The Basketball Diaries by Jim Carroll. I was in eighth grade and a girl in my home room handed me her copy to borrow. I was in eighth grade and a girl in my home room handed me her copy to borrow.
The Basketball Diaries Script Resources: The Basketball Diaries Script PDF - 6/1/89 2ND. *see note at Script City ($) The Basketball Diaries Script PDF at Script Fly ($) The Basketball Diaries Transcript at scripts.com; Note: Multiple links are listed since (a) different versions exist and (b) many scripts posted become unavailable over time.
According to his epistle and internal monologue on the sides of society and growth, it is obvious that hope, curious and thinking are filled Jim’s mind, especially in his first part. “I just want to be pure” and his favourite relaxing way — lying on roof, enjoying the soft wind and naked under a dome of stars.
The last 5 minutes of the Basketball Diaries
Basketball Diaries. Film: A Scene-by-Scene Reference Guide. This document attempts to link each scene in Scott Kalvert's film The Basketball Diaries to specific entries in Jim Carroll's autobiography of the same title. I have studied Carroll's work for ten years, and after viewing Kalvert's film five or six times, I still could not figure out ...