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Independent film gives new life to local man’s acting dream

Vernon Aldershoff of Rotterdam strikes an action pose as Henri Miller in the independent film "Justice is Mind," which will be shown Sunday at the Palace Theatre in Albany. Aldershoff's son, Dmitri, in background, plays his son in the film. (Courtesy of "Justice is Mind")
Vernon Aldershoff of Rotterdam strikes an action pose as Henri Miller in the independent film "Justice is Mind," which will be shown Sunday at the Palace Theatre in Albany. Aldershoff's son, Dmitri, in background, plays his son in the film. (Courtesy of "Justice is Mind")
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Vernon Aldershoff’s current role is sales representative for Lexmark, a company that sells printers and assorted software and hardware. The 47-year-old Rotterdam man may someday be working as a doctor, politician or enforcer, though — at least on the movie screen. People can see Aldershoff play a restaurateur in a jam Sunday, when the independent film “Justice is Mind” has its world premiere at Albany’s Palace Theatre during the Capital District Film Fest, part of ...


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