Saturday, August 28, 2004

DM Thomas

On day a writer will tell how pleasurable it has been to have their book made into a film.

Until then, here's the latest in the very long line of painful culture clashes where novelist meets Hollywood, this time from DM Thomas in The Guardian.

We were, of course, endlessly discussing actors and actresses. There is scarcely a star of either sex in Hollywood or elsewhere who has not appeared in the imagined movie. Boy-actors, once considered to play Lisa's step-son Kolya, are now too old for any part.

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