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Victoria Negri Interview - GOLD STAR



After dropping out of music school, Vicki drifts aimlessly between her family’s house in Connecticut and an itinerant existence in New York. When her father suffers a debilitating stroke, she has to become his primary caretaker. Vicki resists connecting with him, and making peace with herself, but finds a way forward thanks to a new friend and a life-changing event.

Today my guest is the writer, director, and star of GOLD STAR Victoria Negri. I had her on to discuss the film, how her real-life experiences with her father inspired her, what it was like working with Robert Vaughn on his last film, and of course, as always THE SPICE GIRLS.

GOLD STAR will be released in theaters and on VOD on Nov. 10th. For more information on the release go to goldstar-film.com.

Press play on the embedded player below to hear my conversation with Victoria.

 

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