Adaptation #19: All the World’s a Stage

In episode #19, we return to discuss Joe Wright’s film Anna Karenina (2012), talk about the many metaphor’s contained in it and give some love to our favorite character, Boris.

Also check out our episode on the film!

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SHOW NOTES:

Opening Music: Anna (Go to Him) by The Beatles

Closing Audio: Jim Broadbent reads ‘All the World’s a Stage’ from William Shakespeare’s As You Like It from the album Words for You: The Next Chapter

Upcoming Film Adaptations

The Perks of Being a Wallflower

-Released September 21 in US and October 5 in UK

-Based on Stephen Cbosky’s novel of the same name

Dredd

-Released September 21 in US and September 7 in UK

-Based on the comic created by Carlos Esquerra and John Wagner in the second issue of the 2000 AD anthology in 1977

Killing Them Softly

-Released September 21 in US and UK

-Based on Cogan’s Trade by George V Higgins

Main Discussion

Anna Karenina (2012)

-Released September 7 in UK and limited US release on November 16

-Directed by Joe Wright

-Screenplay by Tom Stoppard

-Starring Kiera Knightley, Jude Law, Aaron Johnson and Matthew Macfadyen

-Based on the novel by Leo Tolstoy

-Check out Adaptation #16: Anna’s Love is a Battlefield where we discuss the novel!

 Stay tuned for episode #20 on Yann Martel’s novel Life of Pi!
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