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Tom McSorley reviews "Barbara"

41891363606785.jpgLife isn't easy when you're Barbara Wolff. She's the leading lady in a film set in communist East Germany. Ottawa Morning's film critic, Tom McSorley, tells Robyn about the film and its heroine.



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