Deborah Ross

About a boy | 17 November 2016

This Philip Roth adaptation is tremendously well served by a terrific cast – but don’t ask me what it all adds up to

Indignation is an adaptation of Philip Roth’s 2008 novel and amazingly, for an adaptation of a Philip Roth novel — see the recent dog’s dinner that was American Pastoral, for example — it may even be worth two hours of your time. (Depending on what you would otherwise be doing with that time; I wouldn’t wish for you to cancel that hip operation or similar.

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