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Monday April 30th, 2012

‘The Virgin, The Copts and Me’ Review: Three Stars

By Rhett Bartlett

Persistence pays off for director Namir Abdel Messeeh , as well as the audience, in his documentary film The Virgin, The Copts, and Me.

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