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Tyler Young brings a complex character to life in 'Eyewitness'

Without strong, well-drawn characters who feel real, like you know them and understand their emotions and loyalties and flaws, a drama just won’t work. Plot twists carried out by characters who feel fake, like their actions are dictated by someone’s script rather than by their own human decisions,...
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