"Killings" is a short tale written by Andre Dubus in 1979. In 2001, the story was adapted into Todd Field's film, In the Bedroom. The film starred Sissy Spacek, Tom Wilkinson, and Marisa Tomei, and was nominated for five Academy Awards – Best Picture, Actor in a Leading Role (Wilkinson), Actress in a Leading Role (Spacek), Actress in a Supporting Role (Tomei), and Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material Previously Published (Robert Festinger & Field). In the Bedroom is the name of the book in which the short story was published.

The work deals with the emotional struggle that the main character, Matt Fowler, encounters as he is forced to confront the killer of his son.

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Famous quotes containing the word killings:

    ‘I told him, Look at all those fightings and killings down there,
    What’s the matter? Why don’t you put a stop to it?
    ‘I try, he said—That’s all he could do, he looked tired. He’s a bachelor so long, and he likes lentil soup.’
    Allen Ginsberg (b. 1926)

    not that horror was not, not that the killings did not continue,
    not that I thought there was to be no more despair,
    but that as if transparent all disclosed
    an otherness that was blessèd, that was bliss.
    I saw Paradise in the dust of the street.
    Denise Levertov (b. 1923)

    ... there has never been a period in history when there have been necessary killings which has not been instantly followed by a period when there have been unnecessary killings.
    Rebecca West (1892–1983)