Maris Curran

Writer/Director

Guest

Writer and director of Five Nights in Maine

Maris Curran on KCRW

Just a few minutes into the new film  Five Nights in Maine , a husband, played by David Oyelowo, gets a terrible phone call from police telling him his wife has been killed in a car…

Navigating through grief in 'Five Nights in Maine'

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