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How I Murdered My Mother
Tomo Suru—The Cinematheque
Simple and effective, this show takes you on the journey of reliving the experience of living with, caring for, and burying your parents. The storyteller’s very noticeable emotion and pauses to regain composure lent a lot of impact to the show, but depending on the viewer could end detracting from the experience. Overall, a very well told tale of a very often ignored topic .