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The Roundtable

'Looks Like Laury, Sounds Like Laury' Screening At Scoville Memorial Library

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  What would you do if you started to disappear? At the age of 45, friend Laury Sacks - an actress and mother - had a reputation as the quickest wit in the room. At the age of 46, she began forgetting words. Soon she could barely speak.

The documentary film, Looks Like Laury Sounds Like Laury, captures one year in her journey with  frontotemporal dementia, a little-understood disease that strikes people in the prime of life.

Looks Like Laury Sounds Like Laury will screen at the Scoville Memorial Library in Salisbury, CT at 7pm this Friday, April 24th.

The film is directed and co-produced by Pamela Hogan, an Emmy award-winning filmmaker, journalist, and media executive - and personal friend of the film’s subject - Laury.

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