The official website for the upcoming cinematic adaptation of Radio Free Albemuth recently went online and features some still photos and a short video of the production; you know pictures of guys getting camera angles, actors being put into wardrobe, even a shot of disks in a box (!), all set to whizz-bang industrial dance music. The site also has a synopsis of the entire movie, or just about, right there for everybody to read. A word of warning: I would have preferred not to read the synopsis had I known how detailed it was.
Friday, November 16, 2007
Radio Free Albemuth Movie Website Up And Running
Posted by Ragle Gumm at 2:25 PM
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That sinister logo was used in the real, now abandoned Office of Information Awareness, proof that we are actually living in Fremont's America. I am rereading that book and an amazed at how much our present political landscape resembles that in the book.
I have high hopes for this film. It's one of my favorites from his Valis era.
If the 'synopsis'(more of a blow-by-blow reiteration, imho) is any indication of the screenplay, we're in for a treat! There's not too many straight adaptations of Dick's stuff out there. So far, Scanner seems to be the closest (with Barjo a close second). Perhaps that movie has given filmmakers the courage to adapt his non-sci-fi related stuff.
Do not get your hopes up PKD fans... RFA was a disappointing project for everyone involved
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