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Hollywood Dreams review at New York Times

It's a brief review, but I am just starting to explore Henry Jaglom's movies, so it is a good start. From the review:

"A gentler, more wistful Henry Jaglom wrote and directed "Hollywood Dreams," his 15th and perhaps most accessible film. Filled with movie memories and gender confusion, the story shows one of our most polarizing independent filmmakers in a nostalgic mood, musing over the burdens of fame and the price of success — which would be love, as if you didn't know."

Read the rest of the review here.

- Sujewa


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