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If I Forget is a powerful portrait of a family trying to survive in a changing world


An intellectual debate escalates into the unwinding of tightly-coiled fears.

Steven Levenson’s family drama, set in the months immediately before and after the 2000 presidential election (but before 9/11) offers a time capsule of the cusp of the millennium, complete with Nader voters, newfangled cell phones, and Internet chat rooms. But the issues it tackles have only grown more pronounced, from gentrification to the eldercare crisis to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict (not to mention presidential election shenanigans).…

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