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Posted by Peter Bowen | August 16, 2011
New York Magazine's Culture Blog "Vulture" features a short interview with David Nicholls, the man who wrote both the novel ONE DAY and then adapted it for film. Nicholls candor and wit are in full force, as he jokes that "the screenwriter's ideal version of the film is longer than anyone else's. My version of the movie would be nine hours." He also admits to his own private soundtrack for the story. As he says, "When I was writing, I thought I would go back and read the newspapers and political events from each year, but it turns out the quickest way to recall 1992 is to play some Massive Attack or Portishead."