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Noah Forrest

By Noah Forrest Forrest@moviecitynews.com

Aaron Rose Director of Beautiful Losers

“Then this one day I had this epiphany and I remember exactly the day, I mean not exactly the date, but it was a watershed moment for me that I remember when all of a sudden my vision cleared and I saw that the city I was walking around in was not the city I fell in love with anymore.

For years I had been living just because i fell in love so hard that first time, you know? It’s like even though the city had been changing and things were diffferent and I was struggling, but I was still holding on so tightly to that fantasy – that 19 year old kid fantasy. And at that point is when I knew I had to leave … ” – Aaron Rose

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