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Re STORIES WE TELL

Rosemary
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Sacramento, CA
Thanks to all who attended last night ... we never got to discuss how art kept imitating life in these people's lives.    Harry makes a film about Fathers & lies and then ends up smack in the middle of a lie and Diane is in the play that becomes the Sophia Loren movie about a man not knowing his own son ... just another interesting layer to the film.   I loved how we got to see the making of the process and isn't that how life unfolds -- the never knowing how it will unfold or even how we truly feel about something.    Thanks again for sharing this film -- how perfect before father's day!   Forgive all the errors I'm in a hurry but wanted to get this out -- also just checked and Harry's film LIES MY FATHER TOLD ME is soon to be available on Netflix.      Rosemary
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