From Q&A to Slumdog Millionaire: it’s written

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Bulger, Laura Fernanda;
  • Publisher: Bond
  • Subject: Pós-colonialismo | Mumbai | Império Britânico | Índia | Fiction | Ficção | Bombaim | Film | British Empire | Post-colonialism | India | Filme

In this paper, we seek to analyse the film adaptation of Vikas Swarup’ novel, Q&A, published in 2005. Slumdog Millionaire was directed by British filmmaker Danny Boyle and released in 2008. Thus, three years after its publication, Vikas Swarup’s novel was turned into a ... View more
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