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February 05, 2021

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Thank you for writing this piece, which made me re-think the movie as a variant of the Pinocchio legend. Very interesting, and it quickened my nostalgia for the 8os.

I don't know this film but I do recognize good writing when I see it. Very nicely done! And now I want watch the movie.

Very well written. I felt like I was watching it as I read it.

Excellently written! I can picture every nuance, twist and turn of the story and fell in love with Daryl in one short blog. Definitely on my list of “movies to watch” now - and may even come before this year’s Oscar winners! Thanks for writing, Joe.
Marty McGuire

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