Dressed up as a coming of age love story, "Indignation" is a small tale well told of individuals pushing up against the social, economic and cultural limits of their time. Faced with political threats from outside and cultural changes from within, the doyens of Post World War II America imposed social order. Those that pushed back did so at their jeopardy.
Bespectacled and bowtied, James Schamus introduced his movie, Indignation, his directorial debut from Philip Roth's novel
The new movie, based on Philip Roth's novel, opens July 29.
Logan Lerman has landed another star vehicle in the summer drama.
To fight against what they describe as "the monopoly of women" that is held by FEMEN, the Antigones suggest a reformed vision
One of the rare funny moments in Philip Roth's recent novel "Everyman" (2006) takes place when the unnamed hero visits his
Authentic anger comes from total conviction in your cause, however serious or trivial it might be. It is pretty much impossible
We have a transformative opportunity in moments when our rage impels us to lash out in retaliation.
Set against the backdrop of the Korean conflict, Roth's new novel appears when most Americans remain detached from another distant, undeclared war.