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Topic - Mira
With Christmas just days away, 40-year-old Mira begged her parents to flee their hometown of Aleppo, which has become a major battleground in Syria's civil war.
Paul Sorvino might finally be over his trouble with "The Trouble with Cali."
"They want to stay to guard the property so nobody takes it," said Mira, who spoke to The Associated Press in Lebanon on condition that only her first name be published, out of concern for her family.
His Oscar-winning daughter, Mira, has a small role as the title character's ballet instructor; another daughter, Amanda, wrote the script and most of the score; son Michael produced the movie and also appears on screen.