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|Directed by||Ross McElwee|
|Written by||Ross McElwee|
Charleen is an observational documentary film directed and shot by Ross McElwee, about his friend and former poetry teacher, Charleen Swansea. McElwee follows Charleen over a month in her life in North Carolina, where she still teaches poetry, engages in interracial flirtation (to the titillation of her students), and prepares to sell personal letters from Ezra Pound, one in which Pound bemoans Charleen's impending marriage.
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