The Golden Compass Movie: Philip Pullman on ‘Story’ versus ‘literature’

Philip Pullman speaks up for the narrator and argues that ‘literature’ is what a film director must leave out when translating a ‘story’ into a movie.

Story’ versus ‘literature’ | Book club | Guardian Unlimited Books

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One response to “The Golden Compass Movie: Philip Pullman on ‘Story’ versus ‘literature’

  1. Fascinating! I’ll borrow his words often now to explain why I like a book better than the movie.

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