It can be easy to let our fears get the best of us. And it can be even harder to shake them once we allow them to settle in and become comfortable. But rising above these self-imposed limitations is crucial if ever we hope to get by in life, even under the most trying of circumstances, a notion explored in the new cinematic blockbuster, “The Hunger Games.”
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Hotel waiter Albert Nobbs (Glenn Close) is an oft-described strange little man. But then that’s probably because he’s not a man at all. Rather, Albert is a middle-aged woman who, because of the need to fend for herself financially, has been intentionally disguising herself as a member of the opposite sex since she was 14.