Archive for September, 2000

September 27, 2000

Thirty-three years after the 1967 film adaptation of James Joyce’s epic novel Ulysses was released, Ireland finally decided to lift the ban on the film. Many consider Joyce’s great novel to be “unfilmable.” However, Joseph Strick, an idealistic American director, decided to take up the project. His adaptation, much like the book, drew much controversy.Read more..