Orlando: A Biography: Film Screenplay

Orlando A Biography Film Screenplay Orlando the film has won than international awards While addressing contemporary concerns about gender and identity the screenplay adapts the original story to give it a striking cinematic form

  • Title: Orlando: A Biography: Film Screenplay
  • Author: Sally Potter Virginia Woolf
  • ISBN: 9780571172955
  • Page: 123
  • Format: Paperback
  • Orlando, the film, has won than 20 international awards While addressing contemporary concerns about gender and identity, the screenplay adapts the original story to give it a striking cinematic form.

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    1. Sally Potter Virginia Woolf

      Sally Potter is an English film director and screenwriter.

    444 thoughts on “Orlando: A Biography: Film Screenplay”

    1. I saw the film yesterday and read the screenplay today - wonderful film, and really interesting to read about Sally Potter's process in adapting the novel. For me, the novel is still a more lush, fully immersive experience, but the film is gorgeous, rich, and Tilda Swinton's acting is wonderful. It was fascinating to read all the details on the page comparing them to how they are played out in the film - particularly the system of asides/addresses to the camera that help to draw the viewer in.Th [...]


    2. I really liked it! In fact, just this movie has provoked me to find the Virginia Woolf's book. In my opinion, there cannot be made a better film (than this one) that can represents the whole ideas of Virginia Woolf's writings in so clearly manner. I'm greatly impressed :-) and hope that the book will not disappoint me too. Virginia Woolf is one of my favourite authors :-)


    3. Highly enjoyable. I might even see the film sometime. Potter does a good job of justifying how her version of Woolf's book needs to a different interpretation for the screen.






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