Interview: Tracy Letts on how he prepared for ‘that’ eighteen minute argument in Indignation

August 24, 2016

When this year is said and done, one of the standouts in cinema won’t be a film full of physical action and visual fantasy, it will be a quiet project; the first film adaptation of a Phillip Roth novel since 1969’s Goodbye, Colombus that’s actually any good. James Schamus’ Indignation is a brilliant film about […]

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Film Review: Indignation (USA, 2016) is a coming-of-age drama packed with substance

August 18, 2016

If all was right in the highly politicised world of award shows, Logan Lerman would be looking at a good upcoming season, seeing as his performance as Marcus Messner in James Schamus’ Indignation will be almost impossible to overlook. The Cold War-era film is an adaptation of Philip Roth’s period novel of the same name, […]

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