Writing an adaptation of your own novel is like performing appendectomy on yourself.                       Calder Willingham   Willingham’s sentiment illustrates perfectly the strange, disorientating, often dismembering process that a novelist has to undergo in order to adapt their own work for the screen. Novels, I now […]
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