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Episode #5766
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December 22nd, 2010
Mariel Hemmingway
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Kathryn interviews Mariel Hemmingway. As the granddaughter of illustrious author Ernest Hemingway, Mariel Hemmingway appeared predestined to be well known and publicly recognized. However, at the age of 13, Mariel became famous in her own right when she made her silver screen debut in "Lipstick." Four years later, her work in Woody Allen's "Manhattan" earned her an Oscar nomination. She has since made 30 films as well as numerous television appearances and as a host of environmental and humanitarian documentaries. Her latest acting role is in Tapping the Source. Some say it's a movie...others call it a movement. Does it speak to politics, religion, economics, philanthropy, health, social... or perhaps, does it encompass them all? Whether Tapping the Source shifts your consciousness or remains an enigma is something only you can decide. Could the true star of Tapping the Source be you?
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