Here he shares some ideas for casting the lead in a big screen adaptation of the series:
The protagonist of The Unincorporated Man and The Unincorporated War, Justin Cord, must be the living embodiment of a value (freedom) and as such is not granted a wide birth for real pathos (the bad guy on the other hand is wonderfully evil). Who could pull that off and still be captivating? A few actors come to mind: Ulrich Mühe whose work in The Lives of Others was subtle, yet mesmerizing or perhaps Clive Owen, whose Children of Men performance was also understated but outstanding.Learn more about the book and authors at Dani Kollin's blog and The Unincorporated Man website.
The Page 69 Test: The Unincorporated War.