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Daily Archives: May 19, 2020
Documentary Review: A comic and her peers talk about the “Funny Pains” that make memorable stand-up
About six minutes into “Funny Pain,” a stand-ups-talk-about-stand-up documentary focused on Wendi Starling, I thought — “Wait, did she die? Is that what this is, a tribute?” The Jorgy Cruz film is slap-dash, and seems locked in on Wendi’s life … Continue reading
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