By Tom McSorley
One of Canada's pre-eminent auteur filmmakers, Atom Egoyan has been celebrated the world over, incomes a number of awards from the distinguished Cannes and Toronto movie fairs and an Academy Award nomination. one among his so much complete and debatable early works, The Adjuster, is a depressing drama in regards to the complicated and extreme courting among an coverage adjuster and his clients.
In this obtainable research, Tom McSorley strains the genesis, creation, and reception of Egoyan's fourth function movie, from its Cannes movie competition ideal to its North American advertisement unlock. The booklet locates The Adjuster within the better context of Canadian cinema history's abnormal and infrequently afflicted evolution, and provides a provocative interpretation of the film's particular research of the malaise of materialism in North American tradition. Richly illustrated and that includes new interview fabric with Egoyan himself, this examine within the Canadian Cinema sequence bargains an insightful evaluation of 1 of Atom Egoyan's so much looking, unsettling films.
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