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This story of human manipulation and personal denial is right up there with the works of classics such as Arthur Miller or F. Scott Fitzgerald. Where else has time, setting and character been presented so vividly and in the case of "The Rose Technique" with humor? Jo Beth Williams portrays a sick person at her own craft so convincingly that she sweeps all of the truly believable characters along with her, and had this viewer saying, "She did it again and she will continue!"
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