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Written and directed by “The Sopranos” creator David Chase (this being his feature film debut), Not Fade Away is a thoroughly 1960s movie about living in the present, not the past, and not the future. Lead by newcomer John Magaro, the film is about a teenager who wants to start a band, as influenced by the Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan, among many others. With his band not exactly achieving rock star status, he falls in love with a girl (played by Bella Heathcote), while maturing under the eye of his strict father (James Gandolfini).

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Along with creation of the “The Sopranos,” Chase has also worked on various other television shows, including “Northern Exposure,” “I’ll Fly Away,” and “The Rockford Files.” He previously directed the TV movie, “The Rockford Files: Punishment and Crime.”

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