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First there was the book, which inspired the doc, which led to the book's re-print and now, finally, a DVD - not bad for a privately-funded indie flick. The two-disc set released by New Yorker Films features Mark Moscowitz's doc about his search for the author of The Stones of Summer, plus four hours of extras. International home video rights are still available, although Canada and the U.K. are nibbling. KB
March 1, 2004

First there was the book, which inspired the doc, which led to the book’s re-print and now, finally, a DVD – not bad for a privately-funded indie flick. The two-disc set released by New Yorker Films features Mark Moscowitz’s doc about his search for the author of The Stones of Summer, plus four hours of extras. International home video rights are still available, although Canada and the U.K. are nibbling. KB

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