Miriam Shor on what "Lost Girls" says about women: "I won't be shut up"
Miriam Shor, who plays Lorraine Ela, the mother of a missing young woman in Netflix's film "Lost Girls," talks about what the film's real-life story reveals about the Long Island Serial Killer case and why the female victims and their families were i...
"It was so painful to me reading the script," Shor said on "Salon Talks" about her character Lorraine. "She ends up being a really incredibly strong person. All of these women were to have to go through this and to forge forward and say, 'I won't be shut up.'" "Lost Girls," available March 13 on Netflix and directed by Liz Garbus, is based on the real events and Robert Kolker's best-selling book. To learn more about "Lost Girls" and to hear more from Shor on her role in "Younger," "Mrs. America" and "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," watch "Salon Talks."
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