Bartleby (2001 film)  

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Bartleby is a 2001 American comedy film adaptation of Herman Melville's short story "Bartleby, the Scrivener". The film was directed by Jonathan Parker, and stars Crispin Glover as Bartleby, and David Paymer as his boss. The film diverges from Melville's story, setting it in a modern office and adding sitcom-style humor, with an element of surrealism.

Credits

writer = Herman Melville
Jonathan Parker
Catherine DiNapoli

starring = David Paymer
Crispin Glover
Glenne Headly
Maury Chaykin
Joe Piscopo
Seymour Cassel

Seth Asarnow
Jonathan Parker

cinematography = Wah Ho Chan

editing = Rick LeCompte



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