Friday, January 29, 2016

Unfathomable Life: A Writer Grieves for Her Father, Through Five Movies | MZS | Roger Ebert

In this moving essay, Jessica Ritchey writes on Rogerebert.com about mourning her father through a year of movies.


"It’s not quite a year yet. I’m not ready for it to be a whole year yet, because while “time heals all” is a filthy lie, distance fades the details. 
I don’t want to forget the smell of his aftershave, or the Tony Hillerman novels on his bookshelves. Or the fact that “Star Wars” was one of his favorite movies. "



Unfathomable Life: A Writer Grieves for Her Father, Through Five Movies | MZS | Roger Ebert

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