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Topic - Haruki Murakami
"Norwegian Wood" is a lovely movie to look at and get lost in, but those who aren't swept up by its considerable splendor may find less to like.
The French-Vietnamese director who adapted Haruki Murakami's best-selling novel "Norwegian Wood" says his film has cleared censors in China, paving the way for the classic coming-of-age story to be screened in one of the world's fastest-growing movie markets.
The director of an upcoming movie based on Haruki Murakami's book "Norwegian Wood" says it took him four years to win the Japanese author's approval to adapt the popular novel.
The director of a soon-to-be-released movie based on Haruki Murakami's book "Norwegian Wood" said it took him four years to win the approval of the Japanese author to adapt the popular novel.
Vietnamese-French director Tran Anh Hung crossed cultural and linguistic borders to direct his latest film, "Norwegian Wood," based on the cult coming-of-age Japanese novel.
"After this exchange of comments and notes, Murakami said, 'Go with the film you have in your head.