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A strong story to tell

Zachary Levy tells the story of Stanley Pleskun in his film “Strongman.’’

Zachary Levy tells the story of Stanley Pleskun in his film “Strongman.’’
By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / December 5, 2009

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The 270-pound Stanless Steel (a.k.a. Stanley Pleskun) is no mere mortal. He’s the only man in the world who can bend a penny in his fingers. He’s also struggling for attention and happiness. The 135-pound Zachary Levy, once a freelance cameraman, found himself fascinated by Pleskun, so much so that he devoted a decade of his life to filming him. ... (Full article: 559 words)

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