Jesse Wakeman

Filmmaker

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Filmmaker, "Donald Cried"

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The new indie film “Donald Cried” is about the relationship between two guys 20 years after one leaves their blue-collar Rhode Island town for Wall Street and then comes back.

'Donald Cried:' Cringe-worthy indie on an old friendship

The new indie film “Donald Cried” is about the relationship between two guys 20 years after one leaves their blue-collar Rhode Island town for Wall Street and then comes back.

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