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Book to Movie Comparison: The Girl on the Train
How "The Girl On The Train" Was Changed To Become A Movie
He also knew which components he wanted to emphasize. The resulting drama stars Blunt, Haley Bennett , and Rebecca Ferguson as the aforementioned women whose lives unexpectedly tangle in tragedy, danger, and intrigue. Emily Blunt plays this tragic role of a blackout alcoholic so convincingly—and there is not an ounce of awareness, as an audience member, that she is playing drunk as opposed to actually being drunk. How did she prepare for the role? I wanted everybody to wonder if she had been drinking or not been drinking or if she was lying. We just wanted it to be truthful, and we found the balance together.
Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. Get off at this stop if you want to avoid the surprises. Millions of copies were sold of the psychological thriller, riding closely and furiously on the wave of another successful whodunnit "girl" book, Gone Girl. It was only a matter of time before it made its way to the big screen, bringing a very complicated narrative style to life. The story is seen primarily through the eyes of a woman named Rachel, a down-on-her-luck alcoholic, the kind of female anti-hero who doesn't always get portrayed on screen. However, Emily Blunt Sicario, The Devil Wears Prada managed to capture the hot mess-ness beautifully, making you equal parts uncomfortable and sympathetic for our not-quite-heroine.