James Schamus – frequent collaborator with Ang Lee and former head of Focus Features – has directed his first feature, Indignation.
Based on the novel by Philip Roth, Indignation follows Marcus Messner as he travels from New York to attend a small college in Ohio on a scholarship – exempting him from the Korean War. There he is faced with first love and anti-Semitism.
Check out the first trailer after the jump. Indignation open in New York and Los Angeles on July 29th before rolling out across the country.
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Paul W.S. Anderson makes semi-big budget B-movies that repel critics as much as they attract a hardcore group of fans. In his most ambitious film yet, Anderson gives us the best bits from Alexandre Dumas’ The three Musketeers – and airships! In 3D! And, yes, it’s great fun!
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