Posted on July 7, 2021 at 10:00 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Fans of author Haruki Murakami have no shortage of mediums in which to enjoy his work.
Today’s method is via film: specifically, an adaptation of his short story “Drive My Car” (from the collection Men Without Women).
Literary Hub shared the trailer for the movie version of Drive My Car, which is making its festival debut at Cannes and subsequently hitting theaters in Japan.
There isn’t a US release date yet, but at least Lit Hub also had a clip from a scene in addition to the trailer — both of which have English subtitles.
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