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James Franco at the New York Press Day for “Child of God.” Photo copyright 2014 Brad Balfour. James Franco The Actor/Director Finds Salvation in Child of God by Brad Balfour The long journey to bring Cormac McCarthy’s controversial novel Child of God to the screen has taken the film from first being screened at last year’s New York Film Fest to finally getting a distributor and landing in cinemas. From its first screenings at NYFF 51 to its pending theatrical release the firs
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