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'The Good Lie's' improbable Hollywood journey
'The Good Lie's' improbable Hollywood journey

For all of Hollywood’s commitment to social causes, there are few suggestions that stop an entertainment-industry conversation in its tracks faster than “Let's finance a movie about immigrants and a distant conflict." Yet when “The Good Lie” — a story about the Lost Boys, the thousands of South Sudanese who survived war and famine  to come to the U.S. —  is released by Warner Bros. on more than 400 screens next week, it will show those conversations aren't always nonstarters. It just takes years of pluck, luck and some unexpected turns involving an adoptee of a Fed Ex mogul to get somewhere. The backstory to “The Good...