A non-fiction memory piece, She and I: A Fugue
focuses on a man's evolution through his contact with women. Starting
in his infancy, a series of striking females change Brown's life
dramatically - for better or worse. When his first marriage ends with
his wife's death, Brown finds himself alone, thrown into a crisis of
meaning. In 2000, Brown joins a group of young intellectuals dispersed
across the globe. When a teenage member of the group - an 18-year-old
ballerina in Boston - writes him a letter, the two quickly become
infatuated. It's a relationship that will alter Brown's life forever.
An unexpected journey into the male heart, She and I: A Fugue finds a new style, and a new view of the deep underground connection of man to woman.
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