Nathan Grossman, Dir of the film ‘I Am Greta’ crafts a strong, heroic portrayal of Greta

The intimate human portrayal of the 45th Toronto International Film Festival’s documentary film, ‘I Am Greta’ by the Swedish director and filmmaker Nathan Grossman, was done by Grossman’s following Greta ever since she was

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