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Found 4 results

  1. J.A.A. Purves

    Fahrenheit 451 (2018)

    Den of Geek, January 11, 2018: “Fahrenheit 451 is one of the seminal dystopian works in all of fiction. Ray Bradbury's classic work is disturbing and increasingly prescient sci-fi. In the 1953 novel, released during the peak of the McCarthy era panic, books are outlawed and ‘firemen’ go around to make sure that they go up in smoke, lest any unapproved ideas make their way out into the world. Ramin Bahrani and Amir Naderi are adapting Bradbury's book, and Bahrani will direct. The timing, of course, as we find ourselves on the receiving end of an increasingly bizarre parade of "alternative facts" couldn't be more appropriate. In the unlikely event that the words HBO and Fahrenheit 451 in close proximity to each other aren't enough to get you excited, perhaps the cast will. Michael B. Jordan will play Guy Montag, the young fireman who starts to realize that maybe he's in the wrong line of work. HBO veteran Michael Shannon will play Captain Beatty, Montag's commanding officer at the fire department.The Mummy's Sofia Boutella has joined the cast as Clarisse McClellan (via THR).”
  2. Tyler

    Fahrenheit 451

    Ramin Bahrani is going to direct an adaptation of Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 for HBO. We don't seem to have a thread for the Truffaut film.
  3. Tyler

    99 Homes (2014)

    Deadline: Link to threads on Bahrani's other films, At Any Price, Goodbye Solo, Chop Shop, Man Push Cart, and his Werner Herzog-narrated short Plastic Bag.
  4. Tyler

    At Any Price

    I've liked Bahrani's previous films--Goodbye Solo, Chop Shop, Man Push Cart, even Plastic Bag--so I was surprised At Any Price had been completely off my radar until this Film School Rejects review from Tribeca (it apparently played at some 2012 festivals, too): Yikes. Maybe there's a reason I hadn't heard of it. On the other hand, Ebert really liked it.
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