Atonement -- this is the film adaptation of my second favorite novel, written by Ian McEwan. The movie misses a lot of the book, but the scenery and costumes look great, and James McAvoy and Keira Knightley act well as two lovers separated by war.

Atonement -- this is the film adaptation of my second favorite novel, written by Ian McEwan. The movie misses a lot of the book, but the scenery and costumes look great, and James McAvoy and Keira Knightley act well as two lovers separated by war.

Atonement -- this is the film adaptation of my second favorite novel, written by Ian McEwan. The movie misses a lot of the book, but the scenery and costumes look great, and James McAvoy and Keira Knightley act well as two lovers separated by war.

Atonement -- this is the film adaptation of my second favorite novel, written by Ian McEwan. The movie misses a lot of the book, but the scenery and costumes look great, and James McAvoy and Keira Knightley act well as two lovers separated by war.

Atonement -- this is the film adaptation of my second favorite novel, written by Ian McEwan. The movie misses a lot of the book, but the scenery and costumes look great, and James McAvoy and Keira Knightley act well as two lovers separated by war.

Atonement -- this is the film adaptation of my second favorite novel, written by Ian McEwan. The movie misses a lot of the book, but the scenery and costumes look great, and James McAvoy and Keira Knightley act well as two lovers separated by war.

Atonement -- this is the film adaptation of my second favorite novel, written by Ian McEwan. The movie misses a lot of the book, but the scenery and costumes look great, and James McAvoy and Keira Knightley act well as two lovers separated by war.

Atonement -- this is the film adaptation of my second favorite novel, written by Ian McEwan. The movie misses a lot of the book, but the scenery and costumes look great, and James McAvoy and Keira Knightley act well as two lovers separated by war.

1974: one of the many film adaptations of the novel.    (Theoni V. Aldredge won an Oscar for her costuming of The Great Gatsby, and Ralph Lauren won acclaim for the suits he fashioned for the male leads, most notably the pink suit Jay Gatsby (Robert Redford) wears on the novel’s fateful day.)

1974: one of the many film adaptations of the novel. (Theoni V. Aldredge won an Oscar for her costuming of The Great Gatsby, and Ralph Lauren won acclaim for the suits he fashioned for the male leads, most notably the pink suit Jay Gatsby (Robert Redford) wears on the novel’s fateful day.)

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