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In 1969, the Holden Caulfield obsessed Jamie Schwartz runs away from boarding school to find the reclusive author J.D. Salinger. Inspired by actual events, Jamie's search becomes a journey of sexual awakening, love and loss.
James Steven Sadwith
Stefania LaVie Owen,
This was a very interesting adaptation of J D Salinger's great novel the Catcher in the Rye. Of course some things had to be changed, both to fit the time slot and to make it work on the big screen, but it was overall very good. I found myself feeling the same way that I felt while reading the book. The actor who plays Holden was phenomenal, I couldn't have picked someone better. The only problem was that at points it lacked interesting cinematography but the was masked by the great acting, great cast, and the great screenplay. This is the type of movie that I will suggest to friends and family,. I could also see myself watching this film over and over again to get the full effect of this masterpiece of film!
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