Sarah Gadon

actress, Netflix’s “Alias Grace”

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Sarah Gadon on KCRW

Margaret Atwood’s book, “Alias Grace,” is now a Netflix series.

In 'Alias Grace,' themes of sexism and violence against women are relevant today

Margaret Atwood’s book, “Alias Grace,” is now a Netflix series.

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