Carol is being bought right now at Cannes. And I think it's going 'well', as I read there's some chaos going on...
I read the script, by the way.
Carol and Therese are both attending the Cannes Film Festival...
About the script -
I am quite pleased with the reading of Carol’s script.
I believe it is quite faithful in its essence and especially convincing and poignant in the lines added in this adaptation to the screen. There are plenty of faithful moments to the book; there are plenty of words these characters say that will take you immediately to the book. But the most important thing to me, even if there were none of those moments, is that the script represents a woman, actually two women, who stand for themselves, two women who were clearly beyond their time. Even for today. Two women that quite soberly fight for what they believe and want out of life and who are bold enough to be who they are. And by showing this, the script becomes immediately successful in its adaptation, because Patricia Highsmith book to me is all about that, a book beyond its time.
And really, besides being brave women, they’re decent great women.