Filmmaker, actor and director Ralph Celestin stopped by to discuss his new film, Boston 2 Philly, a love story that focuses on the lives of two people that meet and fall in love. But are they in love, or looking for escapes from their own traumas?
Special Guest: Ralph A. Celestin
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