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Jen, thank you so much for writing this. Yours is the only recount I wanted to read as I knew you would be detailed enough to put me in the seat next to you without distracting from the plot by gushing about the wrong factors. As usual, you did not disappoint. I must admit, I am very uneducated when it comes to this facet of history as well as the individuals involved. It’s sad to say that I may have never heard of any of them if it weren’t for Robert Pattinson’s involvement. Living in small town southern USA, this movie will never make it to a theater anywhere close to me and I don’t know when the DVD will release. I’ve been very curious. The thought of being these men living in the climate of “their day” greatly intrigues me. From what I can gather, they would be considered eccentric by today’s standards and I can’t imagine how they coped with their internal struggles 70 plus years ago. Thank you for giving me a genuine insight to this film and the opportunity to learn about a part of history that my education failed to expose me to. You, my love, are a great talent! Thank you for sharing it with us! X Come on http://tropaadet.dk/hullmanning10000081830
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