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Interview: Screenwriter Phyllis Nagy On Adapting CAROL Two years before Patricia Highsmith would earn acclaim with the release of her 1950 suspense novel, Strangers on a Train, she was working as a shopgirl selling dolls at a department store. Legend goes that one day an elegant, beautiful blond came to the store in search of a doll, casting an enchanting spell on young Pat Highsmith. At the time, Pat happened to be in the throes of chicken pox.

Teaser Trailer For Todd Haynes' Carol And it's set for a BFI London Film Festival gala premiereWe got a look at – and liked what we saw of – Todd Haynes’ new film, Carol, back at this years Cannes festival. Now UK audiences have their chance, with the film announced for a gala screening at the BFI London Film Festival and a November release date. The teaser for the film is online, and you can watch by clicking below. Adapted by Phyllis Nagy from Patricia Highsmith’s 1952 novel The Price Of Salt, Carol stars Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara in a story of unexpected love.

Carol

Posted May 30th, 2012 by Binh Ngo

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Wasikowska, Blanchett In Highsmith's "Carol"

Mia Wasikowska
darkhorizons.com – Aussie actresses Cate Blanchett and Mia Wasikowska are set to head up the cast of a new adaptation of "Talented Mr. Ripley" author Patricia Highsmith’s "Carol" (aka "The Price of Salt") says Deadline. Phyllis Nagy adapted the tale about the complex relationship between two very different women in 1950s New York. 8 years 2 weeks ago via brucelee
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