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Germaine Shames

April 21, 2016, WTF Reading
The Abstract Life by Germaine Shames
Directed by Katherine Monberg
 “A widowed French artist emotionally scarred by WWII follows the epicenter of the art world from Paris to New York, remarries, and brings over his seven-year old daughter. Foreseeing trouble, the ghost of his first wife comes along. The Abstract Life chronicles a decade of repressed, if radical, social change through the lives of a bicultural family whose love-hate relationships and petty foibles threaten to stymie their dreams.