- Pittsburgh City PaperApr 29 12:00 PM
Most estimable works of literary art are arguably “about” everything — or, at the very least, they’re about life and death. So it is with Jose Saramago’s All the Names , as well as Quantum Theatre’s terrific adaptation of the Pulitzer-winning 1997 novel. The story — about a clerk who quietly (and fearfully) defies the gigantic bureaucracy that employs him to go on a sort of latter-day knightly ...
- The Hollywood ReporterMay 15 05:48 AM
Oscar-nominated Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos (‘Dogtooth’) casts Colin Farrell, Rachel Weisz and Lea Seydoux in a fable about a future world where people are forced to couple up or be turned into animals. read more
- Book ReporterMay 14 11:38 PM
Few American writers have mastered the trick of incorporating detailed descriptions of science into literary fiction without overwhelming the reader or turning the material into sci-fi.
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