Paul Auster Kicks off Writers on Film

When I asked Paul Auster which film he'd want to screen for the inaugural Writers-on-Film event, he didn't heisitate: The Best Years of Our Lives, the 1946 William Wyler classic about three soldiers struggling to adapt to  civilian life after the second world war. The film, he explained to me, figures prominently in his latest novel, Sunset Park.

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