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Margaret Atwood is enjoying a resurgence because of how "farsighted her novels have turned out to be, whether she’s looking to the past or the future".
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Logline: A true-life drama done the Margaret Atwood/Netflix way.
Verdict: “If there has been a crime, people want a guilty person. Rightly or wrongly, it does not matter.”