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From Novel to Screen: High Fidelity

Wed, May 27 / 7 pm
Directed by Stephen Frears
2000, UK, 113 min

Hosted by Alison Gillmor

Winnipeg Free Press pop culture and film writer Alison Gillmor returns to host our book to film discussion and screening series. Following the screening, Alison will moderate a discussion of how the book compares to its screen adaptation. Participants who sign up for the discussion are encouraged to read the book in advance (available at McNally Robinson). Please register in advance at 204-925-3456, ext 106. The discussion is free!
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From Nick Hornby’s best-selling novel High Fidelity, director Stephen Frears brings an amusing, true-to-life look at the trials and errors of dating and relationships. Set in Chicago (as opposed to the novel’s North London) during the 80s, the film centers around 30-something, music fanatic, record shop owner Rob (John Cusack), whose life falls apart when his latest girlfriend Laura walks out on him. With a string of ex-girlfriends behind him, Rob decides to track down his past lovers and find out what it is that makes him such a hopeless partner.

From Novel to Screen is generously sponsored by the Manitoba Writer’s Guild and McNally Robinson Books

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Reviews

High Fidelity is an extraordinarily funny film, full of verbal and visual wit. -Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian
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