'Blindness' novel

"There¡¦s not a lot of internal dialogue [in ¡¥Blindness¡¦], and it¡¦s very action-driven, chronological. The problem is more the content and the tone ¡X it¡¦s very dark at times."<br>
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-- Don McKellar, who adapted <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEHST001772" title="Jose Saramago" href="/topic/arts-culture/jose-saramago-PEHST001772.topic">Jose Saramago</a>¡¦s novel for the upcoming film.
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( Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times )

"There¡¦s not a lot of internal dialogue [in ¡¥Blindness¡¦], and it¡¦s very action-driven, chronological. The problem is more the content and the tone ¡X it¡¦s very dark at times."

-- Don McKellar, who adapted Jose Saramago¡¦s novel for the upcoming film.

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