A masterclass with Adrian Wootton

On the thirteenth of June this year, Cormac McCarthy died in Santa Fe. One of the most influential authors in the second half of the last century and the first decades of this one, his death practically coincides with the simultaneous release in Italian of, sadly, the last two novels by the author born in Providence, R.I., on July 20th, 1933: The Passenger and Stella Maris.
In his by now time-honored masterclass with Noir audiences, Adrian Wootton explains the influence of McCarthy’s novels on contemporary cinema.