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October 28, 1990 | ROBERT KOEHLER
As a playwright, a stage director and a filmmaker of steadily deepening vision and passion, David Hare has amassed a body of work that views politics and individual lives as intertwined. "To deny that social forces don't have a profound impact on each person," he says emphatically, "is to deny reality." But like any good Briton, Hare worries about his American cousins.
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October 28, 1990 | ROBERT KOEHLER
As a playwright, a stage director and a filmmaker of steadily deepening vision and passion, David Hare has amassed a body of work that views politics and individual lives as intertwined. "To deny that social forces don't have a profound impact on each person," he says emphatically, "is to deny reality." But like any good Briton, Hare worries about his American cousins.
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August 22, 1989 | CHARLES CHAMPLIN, Times Arts Editor
The number of television shows that have been returned by popular demand can be counted on a couple of chewed fingernails. The number of much-beloved programs that popular demand has failed to bring back is, on the other hand, very large. But cable has now entered the equation in a positive way. "The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd," which premiered on NBC in the summer of 1987, survived the network numbers racket for only two seasons.
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