Jan 7, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger
That's the third sentence in "American Dervish," and it aptly captures what's right and also wrong with this debut novel by Brookfield native Ayad Akhtar .
Since: May 08
>But like many plot-driven Hollywood films, "Dervish" simultaneously sacrifices depth, turning its characters into cartoons who flit from crisis to crisis, without ever developing an inner life.<
Not worth seeing it evidently.
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