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Glazed at Universal Studios

Last year, another spoils of war film, INHERITANCE screened nearly 50 years to the day of the anniversary of the liberation of Buchenwald . This year, GLAZED plays at Universal Studios Hollywood on the brink of Memorial Day, fitting for a film that pays tribute to American soldiers.

The film was very well received and I had a great group of supporters and friends in attendance.   I was a little disappointed with the projection system. The films all tended to be too dark, and the ambient light was too bright, but overall Universal put on a fun event. For those of you who attended, thank you all for your support and encouragement.


2 Responses to “Glazed at Universal Studios” (post new)


    We hear about the number of dead and wounded in war. But these numbers represent only the physical body. To think that the mutilated psyches of the soldiers that we send to kill are not a cost of war is to live in denial. Glazed gives an intimate view of that cost. Paul Cuoco didn’t shy away from showing what this really means and neither should we.


    Viewing Glazed again I couldn’t help but think of what is going on in our world right now. What do our soldeirs bring back with them, if and when they come back? Do we really want to know? Glazed hands this to us with superb acting and ‘in your face’ moments. The true fallout of the war is the living after it. Glazed gently reminds us of this. Subtle, wonderful writing…the actors last line is haunting. Bravo.

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