Adam Curtis

Filmmaker, “HyperNormalisation”

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Filmmaker, “HyperNormalisation”

Adam Curtis on KCRW

“Normalization” has become a liberal buzzword, pointing to the idea that having Trump in the White House is not normal.

Is the world too far from normal?

“Normalization” has become a liberal buzzword, pointing to the idea that having Trump in the White House is not normal.

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