Imitation of Life Redux

1934’s most controversial motion picture was “Imitation of Life”. More than three quarters of a century later, Vida Moore recalled watching the film at the Avon, a segregated South Philadelphia movie theater. Mrs. Moore explored the impact of “Imitation of Life” on her life and view of the world.   

 

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