Margaret Atwood: Once in August

Margaret Atwood: Once in August

                                Margaret Atwood: Once in August
| 57 min

In Margaret Atwood: Once in August, filmmaker Michael Rubbo attempts to discover what shapes the celebrated writer's fiction and what motivates her characters. As one of Canada's most distinguished poets and novelists, Atwood is also one of this country's most elusive literary figures.

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  • réalisateur
    Michael Rubbo
  • montage
    Michael Rubbo
  • producteur
    Michael Rubbo
    Barrie Howells
  • producteur exécutif
    Barrie Howells
  • *
    Michael Rubbo
    Merrily Weisbord
  • cinématographie
    Andreas Poulsson
    Zoe Dirse
  • son
    Andy McBrearty
    Ingrid Cusiel
  • montage sonore
    Stephan Steinhouse
  • ré-enregistrement
    Hans Peter Strobl

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  • ArtfeltMover

    Wonderfully refreshing in her candid and authentic humility. A deep pleasure to watch; but why does Michael conclude that Margaret has eluded him? It seems he concludes that because she did not provide the answer he was looking for, she did not answer at all; I didn't see it this way. And yet, what a beautiful illustration of humanity's selective perception. grattitude ... :)

    ArtfeltMover, 22 Oct 2011
  • deyemkay

    Nice to see Margaret Atwood as a person and a character in this film.Really impressed.

    deyemkay, 28 Jan 2011
  • beckyinquebecky

    the filmmakers are a bit too precious sand pleased with themselves, and give a bit too much credit to their own ideas. wish they'd edited themselves out a bit.

    beckyinquebecky, 15 Avr 2010