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Film, Enemy film review

Enemy film review

Jake Gyllenhaal is forced to confront himself — both figuratively and literally — in Enemy, a haunting Kafkaesque tale about identity (loosely adapted from a José Saramago novel) about a schoolteacher named Adam (Gyllenhaal) who while watching a movie discovers…
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Calendar, Night&Day Found in Translation

Found in Translation

Seeing one of the heavy hitters in the world of translation, Margaret Jull Costa, discuss her work with Nobel Prize-winning novelist Jose Saramago isn’t something language lovers should miss. Scott Esposito at the Center for the Art of Translation, the…
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Film, Fade to white

Fade to white

The most recent example of bleak chic, Fernando Meirelles' mostly harrowing adaptation of José Saramago's international best-seller Blindness mixes the high-velocity pace and stylishness of the Brazilian director's breakout City of God with the Portuguese author's thinly metaphysical horror thriller.…
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Film, <i>Blindness</i> fades to white

Blindness fades to white

The most recent example of bleak chic, Fernando Meirelles' mostly harrowing adaptation of José Saramago's international best-seller Blindness mixes the high-velocity pace and stylishness of the Brazilian director's breakout City of God with the Portuguese author's thinly metaphysical horror thriller.…
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