Chapter 74: “Gone in a New York Minute”
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Luckily, the year wasn’t all low points. Up until this point, I had never traveled in any direction past where I visited my sister and her family: Plymouth, Connecticut. I’d been down there only twice: one for her wedding and once for my Aunt Marie’s Birthday the year prior, but I’d desired to go beyond this state. As a matter of fact, New York City had always been a dream of mine, and I had come close to applying to the New York Film Academy’s one-year Director’s Program before my Leukemia reared its ugly head. But I still knew that one day I would travel there and see the sights. I just didn’t know it would be so soon.
For the penultimate edition of #52PickUp, I go to a film that my brother and I watched over a dozen times at least:
For number thirty-two of the #52Pick-Up, I look into the 1993 classic that hit a little too close to home:
Mrs. Doubtfire was a seminal film in my life, coming at a time of great change, and yet still caused me to chuckle along the way. Continue reading
For #74 of the #DLMChallenge #365moviesin365days on May 4th I watched: The World According to Garp.
Since the passing of Robin Williams in August 2014, I had wanted to catch up on the films of his that I had missed and what better way than the #DLMChallenge? Continue reading