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Lee Daniel

“Re-creations are the hardest things to pull off – sometimes you can end up with an America's Most Wanted kind of feel – you know, these dramatic shadows used to trigger a memory or a repressed memory. They're very difficult to pull off, and what will work is always a mystery. There's no magic formula. But it's still good to try, because sometimes the hokiest thing may turn out to be just the right thing, once you get into the editing room.”

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    Laura Dunn United States, 2007

    Produced in part by Terrence Malick and Sundance founding father Robert Redford, Laura Dunn’s film is a different kind of documentary. Urgent yet without resorting to polemic, the film is a meditative and poetic view of man’s place in the world.

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