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Secretary (2002)

In one way or another, I’ve always suffered. I didn’t know why, exactly. But I do know that I’m not so scared of suffering now. I feel more than I’ve ever felt, and I’ve found someone to feel with, to play with, to love, in a way that feels right for me.

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Mainstream Cinema

"Mr. October" Reggie Jackson Joins 'Damn Yankees' Benefit Concert

Retired New York Yankees right fielder and self-proclaimed “straw that stirs the drink” Reggie Jackson has joined the cast of the Damn Yankees Benefit Concert Reading slated for December 11 at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre. 137 more words

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Donnie Darko (2001)

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How does one differentiate between fantasy and reality? The real and the perceived? Neurologists say that the human brain interprets dreams in the same manner as memories, which makes things difficult enough for the neurotypical, but what happens in the mind of a neurodivergent individual when that person can no longer trust their own experiences, or feel safe within their own dreams? 307 more words

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November 17: Happy Birthday Rachel McAdams and Rock Hudson

It’s Rachel McAdams’s 39th birthday today.  The Canadian actress studied theater at Toronto’s York University.  She made her film debut in a Canadian production titled… 1,063 more words

Celebrity Birthdays

“A play is much easier to maintain your personal life with because if you’re rehearsing, you’re working like from 11 to 6 or 11 to 5 and you get to have your whole morning and your whole evening.

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Thought For Today

Two TV Critics Talk About Season 1 of ‘The Deuce’

HBO’s chronicle of early ‘70s New York, “The Deuce,” wrapped up its first season Sunday night. The sprawling series tells a multifaceted story of the sex trade, from the pimps and prostitutes on the street to the mob bosses and directors who control pornography. 2,309 more words

Features

'The Deuce' Season 1 Finale Recap: 'My Name is Ruby'

Everybody loves a good bookend, and with its season finale “My Name is Ruby,” The Deuce delivers us right back to where we started: a slightly longer episode, written by David Simon and George Pelecanos, directed by Michelle McLaren. 1,057 more words

Television