GCFC Member Spotlight: Carol Maple Oppenheim
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GCFC Member Spotlight: Carol Maple Oppenheim - Cleveland Film
Updating list Reviewed December 7, The Nutcracker. Thank DeDe N. Ask Shimo about PlayhouseSquare. Thank Shimo Turns out, Ed Charles Kartali is a lovable loser, too. Laid off by a Pennsylvania steel mill, he leaves his family and hops a Greyhound to Cleveland, hoping to find a job so he can send money home. A year later, he's holed-up in a fleabag hotel, living on pumpernickel, peanut butter and bitterness. This blue-collar Scrooge shares his bah humbugs with everyone he meets. Christmas is "a wasted day," he growls to the friendly desk clerk.
Soon, like that 19th-century mutton-chopped miser, he's visited by visions -- but not the unfortunate Jacob Marley dragging his rattling chains. Instead, he's haunted by memories rattling round in his head:. Falling in love with Diane sweet-faced Anjanette Hall at a Kmart; their first Christmas together as husband and wife; their two kids ripping though presents and squealing with delight; the lean, stressed-out days after the pink slip comes. Those ghosts send him running to Public Square -- "The heart of Cleveland. A place and time, after which, his life would never be the same," says This Guy a terrific Stephen Spencer , the young narrator watching as Ed comes unglued.
There are two seasons in Cleveland, right? Snow and orange barrels.
Ed was caught right between 'em. Amid the happy bustle, Ed steals cash from the kettle of a sidewalk Santa, a crime witnessed by Charlie an adorable Elliot Lockshine. Rather than telling on him, Charlie, this story's version of Tiny Tim, persuades his mom Lena Kaminsky, as the incredibly likable Helen to invite Ed to Christmas dinner. If you think the plot is unrealistic, consider the recent case of a thief near Youngstown who robbed a Salvation Army pot at a mall, then returned the money days later with a note of apology.
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