The Mystery of Mazo de la Roche
Mazo de la Roche was one of the most successful and prolific woman writers of the 20th century. Her novel Jalna, a soap opera of a family dynasty, skyrocketed her to international fame and fortune in 1927, and she remains one of Canada's bestselling authors to date. This documentary-drama by Canadian filmmaker Maya Gallus explores the many myths and truths about the elusive author.
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