Novelist Nick Hornby, who wrote High Fidelity and About a Boy, doesn't like to loiter on movie sets. But he's been increasingly busy adapting other people's writing into films, including An Education, Wild, and now Brooklyn -- which is in the awards race. Hornby tells us about watching his novels get made into movies by someone else and about adapting someone else's book for film. He also discusses the unexpected challenges that come with your wife being the producer of the film you're writing.
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