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Notes From Underground

The book Notes From Underground was made into the movie Notes From Underground.

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Book details for Notes From Underground

Notes From Underground was written by Fyodor Dostoyevsky. The book was published in 1945 by Signet Classics. More information on the book is available on Amazon.com.

 

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This collection showcases Dostoyevsky's evolving outlook on man's fate. The compelling works presented here were written at distinct periods in the author's life, at decisive moments in his groping for a political philosophy and a religious answer. Inclu... Read More
This collection showcases Dostoyevsky's evolving outlook on man's fate. The compelling works presented here were written at distinct periods in the author's life, at decisive moments in his groping for a political philosophy and a religious answer.

Includes: Notes from Underground, White Nights, The Dreams of a Ridiculous Man, and selections from The House of the Dead.

Movie details for Notes From Underground

The movie was released in 1995 and directed by Gary Walkow and Henry Czerny. Notes From Underground was produced by Olive Films. More information on the movie is available on Amazon.com.

Actors on this movie include Henry Czerny, Sheryl Lee, Jon Favreau, Christine Hanson, Seth Green, Alina Panova, Geoffrey Rivas, Eamonn Roche, Charlie Stratton, Gary Walkow, Henry Czerny, Sheryl Lee, John Favreau and Seth Green.

 

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"I am a sick man. ... I am a spiteful man. I am an unattractive man. I believe my liver is diseased." With those terrifying words begin one of the masterpieces of world literature, now adopted for a groundbreaking cinematic experience by Gary Walkow, with... Read More
"I am a sick man. ... I am a spiteful man. I am an unattractive man. I believe my liver is diseased." With those terrifying words begin one of the masterpieces of world literature, now adopted for a groundbreaking cinematic experience by Gary Walkow, with Henry Czerny giving petrifying life to the central character of Fyodor Dostoevsky's "Notes From Underground." Miserable, arrogant, and self-destructive, the narrator of Dostoevsky's pioneering psychological thriller in existential angst peels off one after another layer of an over-active imagination that like cancer is feeding on its own annihilation. This breathtaking cinematic adaptation of "Notes from Underground" gives it an uncanny visual space to breathe, multi-layered tunnels of time to exorcise its diabolic genius.