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A ‘world exclusive clip’ from Roman Polanski’s new movie, an adaptation of Robert Harris’s novel The Ghost. This scene tries to make a publishing meeting look as thrillerishly thrilling as a national security briefing or a gang of bank robbers planning one last heist. Though I suspect that outside the movies national security briefings and plots to rob banks are more like publishing meetings than the way they’re usually represented on screen.

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  1. cigar says:

    “We have warehouses full of world publishing events waiting to be pulped..” If only those were fantasy and vampire books instead of political biographies…

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