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“Allen v. Farrow”: Can We All Agree That We Weren’t There?

Taking either side is irrational.

At 12, I became convinced that there was no other movie like Midnight in Paris. It brought my favorite Jazz Age writers to life, brought back La Belle Époque, and reaffirmed my cheesy fondness for tourism. Once it became an instant favorite, I knew I had to share it with my favorite person to watch movies…

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I write about various topics and occasionally share wisdom I’ve earned through suffering.

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H. M. Johnson

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I write about various topics and occasionally share wisdom I’ve earned through suffering.

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