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Wednesday 2016-09-21

Behind certain events of Sunday 09/18 that I will report later, I am making new efforts this week to reduce or eliminate smoking. 142 more words

Choosing Feelings


Adapted for the screen by Oscar-winning James Schamus (The Ice Storm, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon), Indignation is, like Philip Roth’s source novel, both wry and intelligent. 82 more words


FILM REVIEW: Indignation

Indignation (James Schamus, 2016)

Indignation, based on the 2008 novel by Philip Roth, begins with Marcus Messner’s philosophical musings on death. He considers how every choice we make ultimately leads up to our final moment of life. 511 more words

Chronicles of a Tomb

“My facade lives through eerie seasons,
In loyalty, they come with treasons.

Distorting with each passing century,
An indignation now confines my fury.

Of impotent beliefs, long rests a grave inside. 39 more words


Indignation Review

Screenwriting is the underappreciated art of cinema. In Indignation James Schamus, the thrice Oscar-nominated writer, producer and film legend, shows himself to be a master of this craft. 622 more words


Indignation (2016)

Director: James Schamus

Marcus Messner (Logan Lerman), the protagonist of the latest attempt to successfully bring Philip Roth to the screen, is a thoughtful young man whose tempered fury begins to boil over when he comes to fully realize his entrapment by a variety of institutions. 266 more words


This Is a Movie Review: Indignation

For anyone who is not an angry neurotic Jewish kid, exposure to Indignation (or, I’d imagine, just about any Philip Roth), is likely to result in severe culture shock. 95 more words