This essay sets the Austrian writer Joseph Roth's final published story "The Legend of the Holy Drinker" (1939), set in Paris, in its context, analyses key aspects of its significance and considers Ermanno Olmi's film adaptation with reference to the filmic transformation of literary style.
|Piece of new writing commission by Arrow Films for the release on DVD and blu-ray of Olmi's award-winning 1989 film The Legend of the Holy Drinker (restored)
|Media of output
|CD leaflet essay
|Number of pages
|Place of Publication
|Published - Sept 2017
- Joseph Roth, Film, Olmi, Paris