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  1. Guilty

            This crime-drama, set in the shadow of Yankee Stadium in 1995, explores the universal themes of

            guilt, suffering and redemption through the eyes of a Knisha James, an innocent Bronx teenager

            whose life is dramatically altered when she takes a ride in a stolen car and becomes an unwitting

            participant in a hit-and-run accident.

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  1. Spectator Bird

            Adapted from the novel by Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Wallace Stegner and set in

            1960 in post-war Denmark, Spectator Bird addresses the modern issue of genetic engineering through the

            lens of a love story between Astrid Von Jaeger, an enchanting Danish countess, and Joe Allston, a quiet,

            unpretentious American literary agent who, shaken by his grown son’s possible suicide, travels to

            Denmark with his wife Ruth in search of his Danish roots.

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