The first teaser poster arrives for the forthcoming Philip K Dick adaptation, The Adjustment Bureau, and you can see it right here…
The works of the late, great sci-fi author Philip K Dick have been a frequent source of inspiration since his untimely death in 1982. And while the adaptations of his work have been patchy at times (please, please don't make us watch Paycheck again), some treatments of Dick's work have been truly spectacular, from the obvious Blade Runner to the underrated 1995 film, Screamers.
Very few of these adaptations have been particularly faithful to Dick's source material (though Richard Linklater's A Scanner Darkly, which we wrote about here, was a sublimely made exception to the rule), and The Adjustment Bureau is once again "loosely" based on the 1954 short story, Adjustment Team.
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