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Krisha Fairchild plays a recovering addict in Krisha. She says that when her nephew, Trey Edward Shults, showed the family the film's script, "there was not a hesitation from any of us that sharing it was the right thing to do." Courtesy of A24 Films hide caption

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'We Couldn't Save Them': Lessons From A Film About Family And Addiction

"Our job was to love them," says actress Krisha Fairchild. She plays a recovering addict in Krisha, a film written and directed by her nephew, and inspired by her family's struggle with addiction.

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Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden spoke via video conference at the Johns Hopkins University auditorium in Baltimore Feb. 17. Juliet Linderman /AP hide caption

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NSA: Fallout From Snowden Leaks Isn't Over, But Info Is Getting Old

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FCC Chair: Proposal Would Let Consumers Determine Value Of Internet Privacy

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Krisha Fairchild plays a recovering addict in Krisha. She says that when her nephew, Trey Edward Shults, showed the family the film's script, "there was not a hesitation from any of us that sharing it was the right thing to do." Courtesy of A24 Films hide caption

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'We Couldn't Save Them': Lessons From A Film About Family And Addiction

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