Hubert Selby Jr - It Will Be Better Tomorrow

Hubert Selby Jr - It Will Be Better Tomorrow
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paul

poor poor Cubby & who cares about the cattle.

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Arvind

Beautiful and moving. I was not familiar with Hubert Selby's name and I feel I got to know through this movie a very special man and writer, sad as most lives are, but he was a man with deep wisdom and empathy. I have got to read some of his stuff.

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