Thursday, May 18, 2006


But he is reluctant to publish the somewhat bizarre story of the rest of his life because, thanks to a legal quirk, he no longer owns the rights to the characters. According to the agreement under which the rights to The Graduate were sold, Canal Plus, the French media company [and new owner], would be able to make a film of Home School without his consent.

So they bully authors into giving away all rights to current and future works. They have no rights to get morally about copying films...
The Graduate's sequel a tale of hard times | World Wide Weird | The Australian

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