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Faith Reels: ‘Learning to Drive’ … takes unexpected turns

By Bonnie Anderson and Dan Webster


This is a delightful movie starring Patricia Clarkson, Ben Kingsley and co-starring New York City.


Living can be challenging in New York City whether you are a successful literary critic or a new U.S. citizen/Sikh immigrant harboring an undocumented relative. If you’re a lifelong New Yorker who’s never needed to drive anywhere, taking driver training in Manhattan can be daunting. If you’re a well-educated former college professor from India granted political asylum because your life was […]

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