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Mary Stuart Masterson,
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I think I wrote one just like this in kindergarten. Except in mine, the mysterious white horse didn't turn into a guy in a rubber suit with light up eyes. Fairly ridiculous plot... I had no idea it was supposed to be some kind of political statement. Seemed like a low budget B-movie to me. I guess this would be more effective on kids less than 6 years old.
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