WORLD PREMIERE A fifty-year-old clump of grass, a sweater that once belonged to a French actress, and a forty-year-old sugar egg have become emotional treasures for the unique characters in Vincent Liota’s endearing, entertaining, and existential film. An NPR correspondent, a literary author, and a graphic designer let us in on the secret life of the special objects they keep as a way to preserve memories, conjure experiences, and find meaning in their lives. – Ruth Somalo
This screening will be followed by a Q&A with Director Vincent Liota, Executive Producer Sally Roy and film subjects Robert Krulwich and Heidi Julavits.
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