Important Artifacts and Personal Property From the Collection of Lenore Doolan and Harold Morris, Including Books, Street Fashion and Jewelry
Shapton’s book is an inventive account of a couple after their breakup—he a 40-something photographer, she a considerably younger
food columnist for The New York Times. The book chronicles the couple through a catalog of 325 items connected to
them. (According to Variety, Shapton is a visual artist for the
Times’ Op-Ed page, and anyone who has seen the kind of brilliant stuff those types dream up can get an impression of how the book reads.)
The movie will be sculpted into a more conventional romantic
comedy, but with the unorthodox pair of Pitt and Portman in the leads, it will no doubt arrive in style.
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