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My Favorite Roger: Ali Arikan

Roger's review of "Frequency"

Why did I choose this piece?

One of my favourite reviews by Roger is his piece on "Frequency". You can see how that movie affected him so personally with its core gimmick: the ability to talk to someone who is now dead, and, more specifically, one's father. It's a solemn, lovely piece.

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