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Taking liberties

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Adapting novels into film is pretty close to a sucker's bet. There's never enough screen time to do a novel justice -- even a three-hour film is hard-pressed to pack in all the events of a midsize…

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Making their mark

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While local films stole much of the thunder in France, Italy and Spain, several American films reached or neared significant milestones at the overseas box office.

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Stephen Daldry

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In October 1992, the Royal National Theater opened a new production of the 1945 J. B. Priestley play “An Inspector Calls,” and a directing star was born: Banished — along with the drawing room in…

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