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Wow I don't like to use the word fan because I feel that most fans blow with the wind and that their loyalty may be comprised by their real intentions of liking someone or something in the mist of the slightest controversy but here goes. I am a super fan as Rolla her self called me of THE THREE VEILS. Now the main reason I was interested in seeing the Three Veils Movie was my interest in getting to know more of the actress Sheetal Sheth's work for I am her number 1 fan and supporter. I had the incredible pleasure of finally meeting her face to face in our hometown NY at the NYC screening at Tribeca film festival in Manhattan. The Three Veils illustrates many of the trials and tribulations that all people of all races and ethnic cultures can relate to. It made me laugh and feel touched from the difficulty of situations just like life itself projects. Sheetal's performance was captivating as I remained glued to the screen. All the actors and actresses gave a performance that is well worth seeing again and again. My attempts to spread the word will cause no sweat for this is a movie you will not forget. So opening up, get out and go see it when it opens trust me you will not be disappointed or left untouched....TV
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