Talk:A New Leaf (film)

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I created this page because of a class assignment. All the material I added was either taken from several published film books such as "The St. James Women Filmmakers Encyclopedia" or from the Internet Movie Database. As always, if you notice and grammatical or accuracy issues, please revise accordingly. Thanks.

- Schwenkstar

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I added critical reactions from two published sources: The New York Times and Roger Ebert. I thought this would provide a basis for how the film was received at the time. Also, I added the comments they made in their reviews to the discussion of how the film was altered in post-production which I thought added depth to the discussion. Again, if you see any grammatic or accuracy mistakes, please adjust accordingly. Thanks!

- Schwenkstar

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