Everybody who has read Peter Carey's 1988 Booker Prize-winning novel Oscar and Lucinda talks about its richness, its wealth of descriptive detail, and its skill at filling in a broad 19th-century canvas at the same time that it brings the title characters to emotional life. If ever a director was well suited to a project, it's Gillian Armstrong to this one. Her version of Oscar and Lucinda, which Fox Searchlight Pictures released on the last day of 1997, has all of the qualities one has come ...
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