Casey Affleck’s Narrative Directorial Debut ‘Light of My Life’ Is Headed to Berlin

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Casey Affleck’s Narrative Directorial Debut ‘Light of My Life’ Is Headed to Berlin
Casey Affleck has been relatively quiet since winning an Oscar for his leading role in “Manchester by the Sea,” but he’s about to break his silence in a big way. The actor is making his narrative directorial debut with “Light of My Life,” which was just added to the Panorama section of next month’s Berlin Film Festival. Affleck stars alongside Elisabeth Moss and newcomer Anna Pniowsky in the post-apocalyptic drama, which tells of a “society without women” where “gender roles have to be renegotiated.”

The full list of new additions to the Panorama section:

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