David Edelstein is a film critic for New York magazine and for NPR's Fresh Air, and an occasional commentator on film for CBS Sunday Morning. He has also written film criticism for the Village Voice, The New York Post, and Rolling Stone, and is a frequent contributor to the New York Times' Arts & Leisure section.
A member of the National Society of Film Critics, he is the author of the play Blaming Mom, and the co-author of Shooting to Kill (with producer Christine Vachon).
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- Documentary Reveals The 'Secret History' Of Hollywood Pimp Scotty Bowers
- 'Three Identical Strangers' Tells The Astounding Story Of Triplets Separated At Birth
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