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Tristine Skyler makes 'Room' for youth

By Catherine Foster
Globe Staff / January 28, 2005

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When Tristine Skyler needed a break from the hell of getting an independent film made, she holed up in her New York apartment and started writing. The first thing that came out was ''Interior: Hospital waiting room." (Full article: 948 words)

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