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Tom Cole, writer captured character and dialogue

TOM COLE TOM COLE
By Bryan Marquard
Globe Staff / March 1, 2009

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As if he had lived lives other than his own, Tom Cole wrote dialogue that captured humanity in all its brittle complexities. Conjuring scenes for stage and screen, he could craft delicate counterpoints of innocence and sin in scripts that let actors shine and left audiences stunned. (Full article: 1142 words)

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