From Brad Oswald of the Winnipeg Free Press:
Winnipeg actor delves into deep emotions for role in cancer story
“I think the point of the show is to talk about death,” says Turner, whose recent TV credits include the Canadian-produced series Saving Hope and The L.A. Complex. “That might make people uncomfortable, and as an artist, I kind of hope that people do get uncomfortable. You can’t always ‘nice’ things up and still expect people to learn how to deal with it.
“You don’t have to watch it, but I hope you do — I really believe that by allowing yourself to go through that discomfort, you’ll see that the stories are written with such love that there’s a lot to learn from them.” Continue reading.
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