Alison Brie

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What if your dreams become so vivid and frequent that you can no longer distinguish between them and reality? That’s the premise of the new film “Horse Girl.”

'Horse Girl' highlights gray area of mental health

What if your dreams become so vivid and frequent that you can no longer distinguish between them and reality? That’s the premise of the new film “Horse Girl.”

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