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“Me and Orson Wells”: Reel Inspiration review by Robin Farmer

Robin Farmer, guest reviewer for “Me and Orson Wells,” brings a compelling view to Jana Segal’s Reel Inspiration. I’m eager to see this film; I know exactly who I want to see it with–a playwright. Here’s how Robin’s review begins: Based on Robert Kaplow’s novel of the same name, “Me and Orson Welles” is a […]

“Charlie Wilson’s War” reviewed by Alan Brody, UN front-line 1993 Afghanistan witness for the end-game

Because of Alan’s time in Afghanistan, and because of the timing of his work with the UN in Afghanistan from 1993 onward, I was thrilled when he agreed to review the political satire “Charlie Wilson’s War.” I’d seen the film, thought it well-made, and well-acted, but really could find no words to share. So, it […]