Kendyl and Jenn are back to discuss the film Brooklyn. In some ways more satisfying than the book, they don’t have many negative things to say about this adaptation. Great chemistry, hilarious dinner scenes and beautiful visuals are all they need to give this one a thumbs up.
In episode #28, Kendyl and Dorin discuss how the writers and directors of Cloud Atlas must have felt exactly as they did after reading the novel and Ryan brings in the non-fangirling reader perspective. In the end, we all conclude that there needs to be a TV miniseries in the future.
Check out our discussion on the novel by David Mitchell here.
We reported back in June that the adaptation of David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas would be released October 26th. At the time, we really only knew about the book and it’s unique structure consisting of six nested stories. Now we have a bit more information about the upcoming film and an intense trailer to hike up the excitement.
The writers and directors, Tom Twkyer, Andy Wachowski and Lana Wachowski, released a five-minute long trailer for their new film, including a little intro of them explaining how they decided to make the film in the first place.
And now for the trailer.
The film certainly has an all-star cast which includes Tom Hanks, Hugo Weaving, Susan Sarandon, Halle Berry, Jim Sturgess, Hugh Grant and Jim Broadbent. The poster, which was also recently released, highlights the extensive cast:
With all this new content, are you getting excited for the film? Leave your thoughts on the trailer in the comments.
Adaptation will be covering the novel and film in upcoming episodes, so stay tuned!