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Grushenka Geusebach

Ms. Geusebach became a life-long film fanatic when her dad moved in next door to a small-town video store. She spent every available moment watching all the VHS tapes she could lay her hands on.

There probably aren’t that many 13-year-olds working their way through Ingmar Bergman movies in remote rural communities.  Needless to say, she was a lonely child.

When not watching movies she could be found special ordering Cure albums and writing poems about alienation.

Since those formative years, she’s used film as a way to solve all life’s problems, retreating to darkened cinema when reality strikes.

Mostly you’ll find her wearing black, buying vampire kitsch, and playing video games.

When Grushenka removes her cape, she becomes Tanya Pobuda, and can be contacted at:
 tpobuda [at] gmail [dot] com


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