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The book, a how-to guide for first-time, do-it-yourself filmmakers, follows the filmmaking process and gives firsthand accounts of the Polish Brothers' travails in making their films.
The Library Journal said the Polish Brothers "write in a way that illuminates the details more clearly than most technical scribes." In 2006, the brothers would team with Warner Independent for their fourth film, The Astronaut Farmer. The brothers then shot two films back-to-back, just days apart while launching their new production company, Prohibition Pictures along with partners Ken Johnson, Janet Du Bois, and Jonathan Sheldon.
The Astronaut Farmer is about a former NASA astronaut, Charles Farmer (Billy Bob Thornton), who has been obsessively building a rocket in his barn. The Polish Brothers' fifth film, Manure (with Billy Bob Thornton and Téa Leoni) began shooting May 27, 2008 (and was released at the Sundance Festival in 2009 as The Smell of Success), and the Polish Brothers' sixth film, Stay Cool (with Winona Ryder, Mark Polish, Chevy Chase, Sean Astin, Hilary Duff, Jon Cryer, Josh Holloway) began filming in July 2008 (and was shown at Tribeca Festival in 2009).
In May 2010 the Polish brothers began filming For Lovers Only.
In 2000, the Polish brothers followed up Twin Falls with Jackpot.