Art imitates life in Norton’s new film


Thirteen long years into the making of Motherless Brooklyn, Edward Norton had started to worry his film was stuck in the past.

It was a period detective thriller with an old-school film noir villain — a racist, promiscuous Manhattan developer-tycoon tightening his grip on the political establishment...

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