Shepard & Dark

Shepard & Dark
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Michael

To paraphrase the late, great, Philip Roth: when your friends die, that's a whole other level. Thanks for making this film about an epic friendship, however cut short in difficulties. Worth viewing.

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Lauren

Today we remember Academy Award nominated, Pulitzer Prize winning director, playwright, and actor Sam Shepard. He was the author of forty-four plays, as well as several books and acted in dozens of films. This award-winning documentary tracks Shepard's friendship with fellow actor, Johnny ...Read more

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