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How does a film aficionado convince people to go to a movie that doesn't offer the easy escape of a blockbuster? NPR's Renee Montagne talks to Los Angeles Times and film critic Kenneth Turan about his new book, Never Coming to a Theater Near You.
A Celebration of a certain kind of movie
by Kenneth Turan
Hardcover, 401 pages |
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