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John Le Carré's novel The Constant Gardener (2001) focuses on the ongoing exploitation of former African colonized people by international interests in a post-colonial time marked by globalization. Despite the novelist's attempt to render the complex machinations among multinationals, Britain and underdeveloped states visible, his focus is mainly placed on characters connoted with power. This essay analyzes Fernando Meirelles's 2005 filmic remediation of Le Carré's novel and demonstrates howdoi:10.34632/mathesis.2012.5233 fatcat:jyftgi2s7jdnlotyau6lob2ncm