Stevie When director Steve James (Hoop Dreams) attended Southern Illinois University, he became Stevie Fielding's Advocate Big Brother. Stevie was a demanding, hyperactive child living a heartbreaking life. When James relocated to Chicago to begin a film career in 1985, he ended his formal duties to Stevie. Ten years later, James again visits Stevie (now in his mid-twenties) and finds out what happened to him in the interim. Not a pretty story.
"Begin Again," the latest film from writer-director John Carney, is a hopeful story of the endless possibilities for starting over and the power of collaboration. It is to music lovers what food is to foodies. Well worth the price of admission. Keira Knightley, Mark Ruffalo and a fabulous supporting cast of actors and musicians, make truly beautiful music together on the streets of New York City in the summer. A must see! Click the pic for more details, photos and music clips.
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