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... but Meg was better suited for the role, and I was happy to see her working. I just saw this (first time) on TV. It is an interesting story of a young painter and a rich patroness of the arts and their bonding and unbonding. Very good acting by Tilly and Ellen Burstyn with no excess emoting. They both looked young for the movie date ('94); anyone know how long this sat on the shelf before release?
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