Doors Open (2012) Movie poster and book cover compared.

Doors Open

Marc Evans, 2012

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Doors Open
Ian Rankin, 2008

Doors Open is a movie directed by Marc Evans in 2012 and based on the book of the same name by Ian Rankin, first published in 2008. The movie features Douglas Henshall, Stephen Fry, Kenneth Collard, Lenora Crichlow, Brian McCardie, Elliot Cowan, and others.

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RATING

5.8

/ 10

Movie Poster: Doors Open (Marc Evans, 2012)

7

/ 10

Book Cover: Doors Open (Ian Rankin, 2008)

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AUDIOBOOK

Audiobook cover of Doors Open, the 2008 book by Ian Rankin.

Doors Open

Read by: James Macpherson

Storyline

Mike McKenzie, a self-made millionaire with a passion for art and ample free time, has amassed an impressive collection through auctions, guided by his friend Professor Gissing. When Gissing faces bitterness over an imminent layoff, he convinces Mike to join him in orchestrating the perfect crime: stealing valuable paintings from a prestigious bank’s collection, right under its nose.

Movie vs Book

Poster of Doors Open, the 2012 movie by Marc Evans

Year

2012

Minutes

100

Movie Rate

5.80

Source: IMDb

Cover of Doors Open, the 2008 book by Ian Rankin

Year

2008

Pages

364

Book Rate

7.02

S: Goodreads

Book

Doors Open

Country: UK

First published in: 2008

Length: 364 pages

Genre: Fiction

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Which is better?

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Cover of Doors Open, the 2008 book by Ian Rankin

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Poster of Doors Open, the 2012 movie by Marc Evans

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IS IT WORTH READING?

Cover of Doors Open, the 2008 book by Ian Rankin

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44% Yes

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