A Nice Line

I will admit to have read The Time Traveler's Wife and quite enjoying it as well. I did wonder how would Hollywood translate it into a film. Looks like the makers wisely kept the focus on the emotional logic and not as much on the narrative paradoxes. The early Variety review is positive but what I really enjoyed and highlight here is the concluding line:

The story may fall apart the minute the credits roll, but any movie that can wring fresh emotion from the image of two lovers running toward each other across an open field is clearly doing something right.

You hear that Bollywood? Lotsa ripoff potential!


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- August 11, 2009 6:58 PM // Film