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Musician Young Turns to Film with 'Greendale'
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Musician Young Turns to Film with 'Greendale'

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Musician Young Turns to Film with 'Greendale'

Musician Young Turns to Film with 'Greendale'
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The movie Greendale — a celebration of small-town life and a cautionary tale about greed and commercialism — comes from musician Neil Young. It was shot in five weeks with a $500 camera, and characters are played by Young's friends and family. David D'Arcy reports.

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