By Dave B.
Even if you’ve never read the book, you’re probably familiar with the basic premise of the story: In a near-future version of the United States, a totalitarian regime has banned books. A fireman (a whose job it is to burn books instead of put out fires) named Montag decides that he doesn’t like burning books and joins a resistance movement that is dedicated to the preservation of knowledge. The book by Bradbury is widely considered to be a classic. HBO’s adaptation of Fahrenheit 451 will never be thought of in that way, but it does contain one overridingly important feature: it’s set in a future version of Cleveland that has a really awesome skyline.
I have no clue what I'm doing, but I'll keep doing whatever it is to the best of my ability.