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  1. This ended up being more personal than I wanted, but at the end of the day, it was the only review I could write, and it seemed worth saying even if that meant playing the "this is about me!" card.
  2. Over in the Top 25 thread for "Growing Older" I nominated Running from Crazy but have not yet been able to drum up a second. So I figured I would at least give the film its own thread and post a link to my Top 10 write up from 2013. https://1morefilmblog.com/2013/12/28/2013-top-ten/ My esteem for Barbara Kopple's work is high. I particularly like the way she eschews more sensationalistic zooms or close ups during painful moments to give the film a more discreet tone. That said, she mentioned in a Q&A that she told Hemingway the only way she could do the film is if Mariel would b
  3. Was super fortunate to get to interview Barbara Kopple this week about her latest film. Here's the link over at NCFCA website:
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