Roman Polanski abstracts for an instant collection of clippings from the scandalous and the result is often coveted by filmmakers in history cleaner a very competent film.
The Ghost Writer, confirms this trend particularly troubled period for the sleep of Polanski, with a thick and tasty broth of mystery surrounding the involvement of a media ex-British prime minister in the illegitimate invasion of a certain country in the Middle East. All completely fictional, of course. The result is pleasant enough to leave a slightly bitter on the palate that would make the hitchcockian suspense master the hand pass by the head of the polish, saying: “Bravo, lad. Valiant effort. But that with the girl…very unpleasant. “