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1TheoClarke
feb. 5, 2015, 10:09am

I just came across the tag 'Books That Should Be Unfilmable But Translate INCREDIBLY' and had to explore it. Sadly, it only applies to Life of Pi at present.

2amysisson
feb. 5, 2015, 10:39am

I hope that this tag might eventually apply to Ted Chiang's Story of Your Life, but I really can't see how they plan to adapt that to the screen.....

3reconditereader
feb. 6, 2015, 2:38am

I heard that it applies to Night Watch by Sergei Lukyanenko. Haven't seen the film, but I heard it was good -- and I don't know how they did it because in the book, most of the action is literally invisible!

4wifilibrarian
Editat: oct. 28, 2015, 5:05am

>3 reconditereader: Don't know about translate INCREDIBLY, but it was a fun film and some of the special effects were quite effective. At times it was cheesy and overly frenetic. I think I'd have liked it less if I hadn't read the book as I would've had less idea what was going on.

That's one of the few books where I've both watched the film and read the book.

I enjoyed the film Predestination, based on the Robert A. Heinlein short story All You Zombies. That was a suprise to me and the plot seems a bit unfilmable. Luckily, they found really good actors who pulled it off.

Would Cloud Atlas qualify?

5.Monkey.
oct. 28, 2015, 4:30am

>4 wifilibrarian: I agree, some parts of the movies were quite confusing without knowing what was going on. It took a second watch before I understood more. Also, while I quite like them, they're only a fragment of the book and they made some pretty significant changes. But they did work a lot better than one would expect.