Tanjil Rashid

Kazuo Ishiguro: My love affair with film

The Nobel Prize-winner and screenwriter of Living talks about the effect Japanese film had on him

A Nobel laureate who can’t stop fantasising about a life of mediocrity and failure: Kazuo Ishiguro. Credit: Franco Pagetti / VI​I / Redux / eyevine

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