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Subject: Re: Rebel in the Rye (2017)
Date: Wed, 7 Mar 2018 16:26:03 +1100
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On 7/03/2018 4:25 PM, hector wrote:
> Saw this short biopic of JD Salinger.  I reckon that some people feel 
> they have seen a lot of this type of thing before, but here it is 
> actually a true story.
> I liked it more than I thought I would.  I even learned something about 
> Salinger's writing style.  Non-person Kevin Spacey plays Salinger's 
> mentor. This could have been his last starring role.  It seems 
> appropriate too.
> A seemingly light weight Salinger appears determined to be a writer.  He 
> eventually learns the lessons and participates in some of the worst 
> aspects of WWII.  And Charlie Chaplin steals his girlfriend.  After 
> encouragement he decides that to move on he needs to write the Holden 
> Caulfield novel.  So he writes a story about a boy at Christmas time.
> It seemed like a TV movie, not sure if it was.

I meant to say unperson Kevin Spacey.