I Am Jazz: More Jazz - Netflix
I Am Jazz: More Jazz is a series that airs extended enhanced episodes with extra information, deleted scenes and bonus unseen footage from the show "I Am Jazz" that also airs on TLC.
Runtime: 60 minutes
I Am Jazz: More Jazz - White Jazz - Netflix
White Jazz is a 1992 crime fiction novel by James Ellroy. It is the fourth in his L.A. Quartet, preceded by The Black Dahlia, The Big Nowhere, and L.A. Confidential. James Ellroy dedicated White Jazz “TO Helen Knode.” The epigraph for White Jazz is “'In the end I possess my birthplace and I am possessed by its language.' -Ross MacDonald.” Lieutenant David Klein is a veteran policeman who moonlights as a hitman for organized crime. When he is assigned to investigate a robbery at the home of the Los Angeles Police Department's (LAPD) sanctioned heroin dealer, he uncovers a plot to bring the city's crime syndicates into collusion with the channels of justice. The stories of many characters that appeared in earlier L.A. Quartet novels, including Edmund Exley and Dudley Smith, have their ends tied up in White Jazz, which also introduces Pete Bondurant, one of the central characters in Ellroy's Underworld USA Trilogy.
I Am Jazz: More Jazz - Efforts at a film adaptation - Netflix
Various attempts at a film adaption of White Jazz have been under development since the 1990s. But as of 2009, Ellroy said that an adaptation of “White Jazz is dead. All movie adaptations of my books are dead.”
I Am Jazz: More Jazz - References - Netflix