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Now Showing In Budapest: 'American Pastoral'

13.04.2017
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Now Showing In Budapest: 'American Pastoral'
"An All-American college star and his beauty queen wife watch their seemingly perfect life fall apart, as their daughter joins the turmoil of '60s America."


Movie type: Crime, Drama

Director: Ewan McGregor

Writer: Philip Roth

Script: John Romano

Starring: Seymour 'Swede' Levov - Ewan McGregor, Dawn - Jennifer Connelly, Merry Levov - Dakota Fanning

Length: 1h 48min

Rated: PG-13

Reviews:

Stephen Holden - The NYTimes: ”Ewan McGregor’s streamlined screen adaptation of Philip Roth’s 1997 novel, “American Pastoral," is not a desecration but a severe diminution of a complex literary masterpiece.”

Andrew Barker - Variety: "American Pastoral is as flat and strangled as its source is furious and expansive.”

A.A. Dowd - A.V. Club: ”It’s been sanded into a prestige object, a Great American nothing of a movie.”

Source: imdb.com





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