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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Paul Schneider, bright star, alights in Raleigh

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COLONY THEATER/ RALEIGH—Paul Schneider makes this stuff up as he goes along. That is, his life, of course. Never, for example, would he have thought he would be in his home state watching himself on screen, an experience he describes as "surreal." I'd seen Bright Star, Schneider's latest film, at a press screening earlier in the week to prepare for a possible interview with him that didn't materialize. My editor suggested that I attend Schneider's appearance at the Colony last Friday night, Sept. 25. I arrived around 8:30 p.m. and waited in the lobby for the film to finish....

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