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Film Review - Adrienne


It’s been 15 years since Adrienne Shelly was murdered inside her New York City apartment, and so much of her career has occurred after that horrible day. Director Andy Ostroy is Shelly’s widower, and he’s fearful that his late wife’s memory is lost, embarking on a mission to capture her talent and lifeforce in documentary form, with “Adrienne” much more than a simple valentine to a wonderful actress and filmmaker. It’s an act of catharsis from Ostroy, who confronts all that’s been left behind with the picture, trying to make sense of a horrific crime that ended the future he imagined, forcing him down a different path of parenthood and grief. “Adrienne” is a highly emotional viewing experience, dealing with raw feelings and memories of a special woman who tried to make her dreams happen, which they eventually did, only long after she was gone. Read the rest at


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