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The Adaptations of Philip K. Dick

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The Adaptations of Philip K. Dick

The Adaptations of Philip K. Dick

The Adaptations of Philip K. Dick

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An animated Keanu Reeves in the film adaptation of Philip K. Dick's A Scanner Darkly hide caption

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Guests explore the strange and foreboding world of science fiction writer Philip K. Dick and the film adaptations of his work, including the latest, A Scanner Darkly.

Guests:

Marshal Fine, film and TV critic for Star magazine; chairman of Film Critics Circle; author of Accidental Genius: How John Cassavetes Invented American Independent Film

Jonathan Lethem, author of The Fortress of Solitude; and Motherless Brooklyn has written about Philip K. Dick and has worked as consultant to his estate

Lawrence Sutin, author of Divine Invasions: A Life of Philip K. Dick; his latest book is All Is Change: The Two-Thousand-Year Journey of Buddhism to the West

Laura Leslie, the oldest daughter of Philip K. Dick; legally responsible for his estate