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How many people have seen themselves as the victims of a situation, only to realize they were part of the problem when they hear the story from someone else? Who is right and who is wrong depends largely on who you ask, and it’s this ambiguity, especially in memory, that intrigued “The Adderall Diaries” director Pamela Romanowsky, which she discusses in the above clip from the Tribeca Talks panel at the SoHo Apple store co-hosted by Apple and Indiewire. The film screens this Saturday and Sunday. For ticket and location information, go here.