Dan Sickles

director, "Dina"

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Dan Sickles on KCRW

The film “ Dina ” follows an outspoken, mentally challenged 49-year-old woman living in the Philadelphia suburbs.

'Dina': A story of romance and neurodiversity

The film “ Dina ” follows an outspoken, mentally challenged 49-year-old woman living in the Philadelphia suburbs.

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