Making Movies

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Commentator Andrei Codrescu enumerates the suffering he endured while shooting a documentary for PBS about Romania. The Polish director was like a dictator, hauling the cast and crew across the country for 10 hours, depriving them of meals, and generally being tough-minded.



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