Motherless Brooklyn: Abuse of power, lies, political corruption


Set against the backdrop of New York in the 1950s, director Edward Norton's adaptation of the novel Motherless Brooklyn focuses on political corruption, abuse of power and lies. CBC's Jelena Adzic spoke to Norton at the Toronto International Film Festival about the film and his role as a detective with Tourette syndrome.

Tags: Edward Norton, Motherless Brooklyn, TIFF

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