Submarine: Film Review
Joe Dunthorne's delightfully idiosyncratic 2008 novel "Submarine" is the kind of book that almost never is made into a film of matching quality. Richard Ayoade's movie "Submarine" is a sublime exception.
TORONTO - Joe Dunthorne's delightfully idiosyncratic 2008 novel Submarine, in which a smart and eccentrically gifted 15-year-old muses about school, girls, movies, parents and life in general, is the kind of book that almost never is made into a film of matching quality. Richard Ayoade's movie Submarine is a sublime exception.
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