God Hates Us All

God Hates Us All by Hank Moody

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A wry literary masterpiece, [i]God Hates Us All[/i] is a coming-of-age tale for the apathetic generation. Hank Moody`s self-loathing yet darkly likeable narrator is a college drop-out-turned-accidental-drug-dealer enveloped in a world of contradictions. His boss — a bong-hitting, dreadlocked Pontiff figure — runs a remarkably organized and ingenious illegal trade patronized by, among others, a sweater-set-wearing Upper East Sider, a Wall Street hotshot, and a wannabe rock star with a hard-to-resist model girlfriend. The lonely narrator yearns for more than the tenuous but intimate thread he shares with his clients. To escape his mother`s desperate expectations, his father`s endless disappointments, and his certifiably insane ex-girlfriend, he moves to the city`s mecca of ambitious slackers — the Chelsea Hotel — where the pursuit of lust (and the rock star`s girlfriend) sends him on a series of well-intentioned misadventures that lead him right back where he started. Told in a unique and subtle voice, [i]God Hates Us All[/i] is ironic, optimistic, and unforgettable.

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Hank Moody

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Hank Moody (English Hank Moody ) is the main character of the TV series Californication . "Californication" (English Californication = California + Fornication - fornication, fornication) is an American television series produced by Showtime, which tells the story of the life of the writer Hank Moody (played by David Duchovny).

The first season was released in 2007 and quickly gained popularity.

in the USA.

In Russia he appeared on the DTV channel under the name “Playboy from California” and on MTV under the name “Californication.” In unofficial translation, also known as “The Californian fornicator” and “Californication.” Hank Moody grew up in Grand Rapids, this a small town in Michigan.

Moved to the Georgia capital Atlanta in 1985.

He was raised in a Catholic family, attended church and parish school.

After high school, Hank went to college and became, ignoring God, leading a "stupid crazy life", which led to expulsion from college.

Hank got a job, he describes those days as "mediocrity at its best." Over time, he discovered the writer in himself.

For a time he lived in New York, his father stayed there. Hank has written several bestselling books: South of Heaven, Seasons in the Abyss, and God Hates Us All. Shortly after the publication of the first book, Hank met Karen at the New York club CBGB (Country, Blue Grass, and Blues). The last one, God Hates Us All, was released in 2001, and Hank received an offer to film it from Hollywood director Todd Carr. Several years ago, Hank moved with Karen and Becca to California, closer to Hollywood and the American Dream. The film adaptation was called Crazy Little Thing Called Love and became a typical pop Hollywood movie. Due to a spat with Karen, a setback with the film and disappointment in California, Hank had a creative crisis that lasted for several years. Hank never misses an opportunity to fight and tell people what he thinks of them. He is popular with women. At the same time, Hank dearly loves his daughter and her mother Karen. He stresses that he never cheated on Karen while they were together. The famous New York City writer moves to Los Angeles after his book is being turned into what he believes to be a trashy romantic comedy. In addition, the main character suffers from the fact that he cannot write even a line for his new book. He is struggling to reclaim his career with the help of his best friend and his agent at the same time, raising his daughter and bringing his ex-woman back. Despite this, he enjoys life with all its flaws. Women, drugs, alcohol and a genuine sense of humor all accompany the character throughout the series. At the moment, 4 seasons (48 episodes) of the series have been released. It has been announced that the series will be renewed for a fifth season. In Russia, the first season of the series began broadcasting from August 12 to August 29, 2008 in a professional dub under the name "Kalifrenia" in the series of television programs "City Slickers" on Channel One. During this period, the first season of the series was shown in full. The second season on Channel One began on May 31, 2010, the third on June 21, 2010. On January 9, 2011, the fourth season premiered on Showtime.  Awards and nominations In 2008, the series won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor on TV (Musical or Comedy) (David Duchovny) In 2008 and 2009, the film was nominated for the Golden Globe "in the nomination" Best TV series ".  Interesting facts The titles of Hank Moody`s books: "South of Heaven", "Seasons in the Abyss" and "God Hates Us All" - correspond to the titles of the albums of the American thrash metal band "Slayer". Hank Moody is inspired by the writer Charles Bukowski. In the ninth episode of the first season, Karen mentions Bukowski as one of her favorite writers. There is a scene in Episode 10 of Season 4 in which Hank, dressed in a suit, says, "I look like a fucking FBI agent." This is a reference to The X-Files, in which David Duchovny played the lead role for nine years. The plot of the series echoes the biography of David Duchovny, who spoke to the media about problems with "hypersexuality", which led to the separation from his wife Tea Leoni, with whom relations were later restored.  Wikipedia , Wikipedia , Californication Official Website , IMDb .

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Hank Moody (English Hank Moody ) is the main character of the TV series Californication . "Californication" (English Californication = California + Fornication - fornication, fornication) is an American television series produced by Showtime, which tells the story of the life of the writer Hank Moody (played by David Duchovny). The first season was released in 2007 and quickly gained popularity. in the USA. In Russia he appeared on the DTV channel under the name “Playboy from California” and on MTV under the name “Californication.” In unofficial translation, also known as “The Californian fornicator” and “Californication.” Hank Moody grew up in Grand Rapids, this a small town in Michigan. Moved to the Georgia capital Atlanta in 1985. He was raised in a Catholic family, attended church and parish school. After high school, Hank went to college and became, ignoring God, leading a "stupid crazy life", which led to expulsion from college. Hank got a job, he describes those days as "mediocrity at its best." Over time, he discovered the writer in himself. For a time he lived in New York, his father stayed there. Hank has written several bestselling books: South of Heaven, Seasons in the Abyss, and God Hates Us All. Shortly after the publication of the first book, Hank met Karen at the New York club CBGB (Country, Blue Grass, and Blues). The last one, God Hates Us All, was released in 2001, and Hank received an offer to film it from Hollywood director Todd Carr. Several years ago, Hank moved with Karen and Becca to California, closer to Hollywood and the American Dream. The film adaptation was called Crazy Little Thing Called Love and became a typical pop Hollywood movie. Due to a spat with Karen, a setback with the film and disappointment in California, Hank had a creative crisis that lasted for several years. Hank never misses an opportunity to fight and tell people what he thinks of them. He is popular with women. At the same time, Hank dearly loves his daughter and her mother Karen. He stresses that he never cheated on Karen while they were together. The famous New York City writer moves to Los Angeles after his book is being turned into what he believes to be a trashy romantic comedy. In addition, the main character suffers from the fact that he cannot write even a line for his new book. He is struggling to reclaim his career with the help of his best friend and his agent at the same time, raising his daughter and bringing his ex-woman back. Despite this, he enjoys life with all its flaws. Women, drugs, alcohol and a genuine sense of humor all accompany the character throughout the series. At the moment, 4 seasons (48 episodes) of the series have been released. It has been announced that the series will be renewed for a fifth season. In Russia, the first season of the series began broadcasting from August 12 to August 29, 2008 in a professional dub under the name "Kalifrenia" in the series of television programs "City Slickers" on Channel One. During this period, the first season of the series was shown in full. The second season on Channel One began on May 31, 2010, the third on June 21, 2010. On January 9, 2011, the fourth season premiered on Showtime.  Awards and nominations In 2008, the series won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor on TV (Musical or Comedy) (David Duchovny) In 2008 and 2009, the film was nominated for the Golden Globe "in the nomination" Best TV series ".  Interesting facts The titles of Hank Moody`s books: "South of Heaven", "Seasons in the Abyss" and "God Hates Us All" - correspond to the titles of the albums of the American thrash metal band "Slayer". Hank Moody is inspired by the writer Charles Bukowski. In the ninth episode of the first season, Karen mentions Bukowski as one of her favorite writers. There is a scene in Episode 10 of Season 4 in which Hank, dressed in a suit, says, "I look like a fucking FBI agent." This is a reference to The X-Files, in which David Duchovny played the lead role for nine years. The plot of the series echoes the biography of David Duchovny, who spoke to the media about problems with "hypersexuality", which led to the separation from his wife Tea Leoni, with whom relations were later restored.  Wikipedia , Wikipedia , Californication Official Website , IMDb .