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I truly liked what was happening with the film until the reenactments. Didn't fit and too crusty for this type of documentary. I think your grandma would have liked it but maybe wouldn't liked it more without the underwear shots. It made me giggle but she was very sensitive and was nervous quickly. I would have loved her too though. Good effort and at least you got it out there!!
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