What's the greatest book-to-film adaptation of all time?


Each September, the entertainment world turns its attention to the Toronto International Film Festival, one of the most prestigious and influential festivals of its kind. And just like last year, a new crop of literary adaptations is generating lots of big buzz, from the violent and gritty Child of God by American author Cormac McCarthy (No Country for Old Men) to Life of Crime by the late king of cool Elmore Leonard.

Updated: September 16

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