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The Public Radio Roots Of 'Sunshine Cleaning'
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The Public Radio Roots Of 'Sunshine Cleaning'

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The Public Radio Roots Of 'Sunshine Cleaning'

The Public Radio Roots Of 'Sunshine Cleaning'
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Megan Holley was working with crack-addicted rats when she heard an NPR story about women who cleaned up crime scenes. So she wrote a movie script that became the new release Sunshine Cleaning. Holley talks with Alex Cohen about her strange journey.

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