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October 11, 2010

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I just read a synopsis of "Hereafter" and thought it sounded marvelous. Completely did not connect it to the movie you've been talking about until just now. (Despite having seen some of the films he's directed, I still think of Clint Eastwood in terms of action movies.)

Finally watched the movie tonight and was excited to see that items from my business, Everything But The Books, made it into the movie!

I sold the engraving of Dickens that is on the wall in the apartment along with a set of Dickens bookends that are barely seen on the headboard of his bed and a parian bust of Dickens that is also briefly visible on the top shelf in the bookcase in his living room.

what is the name of the book Derek Jacobi is reading in the movie "hereafter"?

"David Copperfield" on CD; "Little Dorrit" in the live reading. More information is available here:

http://dickensblog.typepad.com/dickensblog/2010/10/the-master-list-of-dickens-references-in-hereafter.html

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