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Write & Wrong--The movie
by staff writer, 05.25.07
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On June 3, 2007, the Lifetime channel premiers Write & Wrong, a Lifetime original movie that addresses ageism in the writing field. Kirstie Alley stars as an almost 50 year old writer who discovers that Hollywood, "is not interested in what a maturing wordsmith has to say." She enlists the help of her 20-something nephew and the plan is for her to write the scripts and for him to pitch and sell them.








Check out the link for the movie and if you watch it let us know what you think via our contact form or by replying directly to this article in blogger. We'd like to hear from folks as to whether they've (1) encountered ageism in their writing careers and (2) specificically within the Latino-Hispanic or other ethnic market.

Write & Wrong promises to be a great feel-good type of movie and one that'll show age does not define our worth and life is to be embraced and lived to its fullest regardless of how old or young we are.

Additional links:
Kirstie Alley Stars In Lifetime Original Movie 'Write & Wrong'
'Wrong' is right up Kirstie's alley


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