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PostSubject: If you could be the director...   Mon Feb 15, 2010 4:30 pm

...of a film adaptation of your favourite book - which book would you put to the screen, and with what actors? How would you frame the entire thing? Where would you do the filming?

I am asking this because when I drove back home today, I was listening to the audiobook of "The Kitchen-God's Wife" by Amy Tan. I suddenly found myself wondering how I would compose a movie based on the book. I even began to determine which scene I'd leave out, and that I definitely wanted John Williams to do the music. whistle

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PostSubject: Re: If you could be the director...   Tue Feb 16, 2010 9:16 am

Wow. Big question. I really wanted to see A Great and Terrible Beauty on the big screen ... I haven't identified any actors yet, except that I thought Bonnie Wright would be a great Gemma and maybe James McAvoy as Simon Middleton ... Kartik would be very difficult casting. A Indian boy who looks like a gypsy?
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