A funny thing happened when I went to see it on Friday: I checked Fandango, and I swear it said the movie was at 2:40 PM. When we got the tickets though, they said the movie was still in previews, so we had time to get in without missing anything. I must admit, I kind of liked skipping the previews.
Anyway, on with the review.
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Three weeks ago, I saw Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets in concert with the Virginia Symphony Orchestra.
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Elizabeth Vargas, the barrier-breaking co-anchor of ABC’s World News Tonight and 20/20, bravely revealed that she is an alcoholic during a televised interview in 2014. But what most people don’t know is Elizabeth has suffered from acute anxiety since childhood, and that after years of silent struggle, she turned to alcohol for relief.
Between Breaths is the story of Elizabeth’s lifelong battle with the condition, how it began at the age of six when her father was sent to the war in Vietnam, and how it continued to plague her, even as she rose to the top of a profession requiring flawless poise under pressure. She chronicles her desperate attempts to conceal the terrifying panic attacks that gripped her while reporting on some of the biggest stories of her career, and she describes her descent into alcohol dependence and deception, and finally, her redemption through rehab, and learning how to better live with her condition.
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