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Waste Land, director Lucy Walker

3 Responses to “Waste Land, director Lucy Walker”

  1. berg says:

    would have liked to’ve heard more about Countdown to Zero ….

  2. sanj says:

    one of the longest dp/30 this year

    took 5 minutes and still can’t get answer about
    if Exit Through the Gift Shop is fake or real

    overall i liked this interview a lot

  3. Martha Kauffman says:

    She could have talked about the fact she isn’t the real director of the movie.


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