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question of the day: What fine-art painting would you like to see adapted as a film?

Steve Simels writes a regular column at Box Office Magazine, and over the holiday weekend he offered a possible new avenue for a Hollywood intent on borrowing from other mediums for its stories: fine art. And Simels had a particular painting in mind for adaptation: “genius-of-the-macabre artist Henry Fuseli’s incredible The Nightmare,” dating from 1785: … more…

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