Motherless Brooklyn, directed by Edward Norton, is a film based on a crime mystery novel by Jonathan Lethem. It follows an investigator with Tourette’s Syndrome who is on a mission to uncover who killed his only friend. Norton, who also stars in the film, along side Gugu Mbatha-Raw, chose to weave in some of the novel’s missing social and racial history of 1950s.
Watch Norton and Mbatha-Raw explain some of the nuances of the film above.
Motherless Brooklyn is in theaters now.