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Interview: Richard Linklater

18 November 2006 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- Richard Linklater releases his second film of 2006 with Fast Food Nation, a film adaptation of Eric Schlosser’s bestselling book of the same title. Earlier this year he released A Scanner Darkly, another adaptation, this from a Philip K. Dick novel about a narcotic’s officer in the near future loosing his grip on reality as he’s drawn further and further into an addiction to Substance D, a euphoric drug with the side effect of causing the right and left sides of the brain to act independently and compete with each other. Linklater took and experimental approach – shooting it in digital video and animating it in post-production with a computer-based rotoscoping program – and stayed very true to the source material, something previous adaptations of Dick’s work (Total Recall, Minority Report, Blade Runner) veered away from. With Fast Food Nation, Linklater and Schlosser do the complete opposite – while »

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