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The most important thing for a mother is to know her daughter is more than a dress on the ironing board, helpless before the iron. A modern classic about motherhood against all odds.
Julie goes to Africa to volunteer in a women’s shelter and give them sewing classes. Her complacency and naivety lead to a deadly disaster.
The journey of Raija Siekkinen in the land of the living spanned a mere fifty-one years. This story documents her tumultuous journey to discover who and what she is, and the kind of world she lives in.
“It’s not that I really think this show about Hawaiian policemen is very good, it’s just that it seems more real than my own life.” A brilliant piece by one of the greatest masters of American short fiction.
Mother and son roam the scorching summer streets of Tel Aviv and stop for ice cream, which turns into a comical reenactment of a Scorsese film.
A young woman returns to her parent’s house in the country and has to face the racial tension and old crimes that were swept under the rug.
How can you write a love story in an unyielding political reality? A haunted writer tries to leave the enemy out of the story, to no avail.
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