Doubt


I saw the play. I watched the movie. But I like the play better.
 
The thing I like about Doubt is that it doesn’t end with the story. You leave the theater and you carry with you your own doubts. It’s remarkable. I’s like a story that’s meant to be remembered. See it as a play. Watch it as a movie. You’ll enjoy it. You’ll never forget it. Regardless, it’s a story that is, with absolute certainty, true to it’s name.
 
If you don’t believe me, then go on and (see) Doubt. Smile
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