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Real Truth Versus Reel Truth

It’s not hypocrisy if it’s film fakery

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My wife and I can tolerate about an hour of TV per night.

If we’ve settled in with a worthy series, say The French Village, Borgen, Squid Game, or Inventing Anna, we’ll watch another episode. If it’s a movie, we’ll watch approximately the first half, catching up with the rest of it the following night.

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Screenwriter, bestselling author, and 40 years leadership @ UCLA’s prestigious screenwriting program. Get 40 lessons from 40 years: richardwalter.com/newsletter

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