If Seth Green is the first name that pops into mind when you're thinking about adapting a Dostoevsky novel, this movie is for you! But Czerny did do a good job, and this is probably about as good of an adaptation as is even possible for Notes from Underground.
From plot debriefs to key motifs, Thug Notes’ Notes from Underground Summary & Analysis has you covered with themes, symbols, important quotes, and more.
"You read every shimmering, tormented word, mesmerised. This is Dostoevsky in distillation, a prelude not just to his leading works, but to the entire 20th century... How is it possible to have a character who evokes aspects of Hitler and Pooter, who is hilarious yet disturbing, and both villain and victim? Because Dostoevsky was a genius, and the narrator of Notes From Underground his most protean character, with whom you never quite know how you stand" Sunday Times "Dostoevsky's is a genuinely disembodied voice, speaking for all sufferers and victims" Guardian