Azazel Jacobs

Director and writer, "The Lovers"

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Director and writer, “The Lovers”

Azazel Jacobs on KCRW

In “The Lovers,” long-time married couple Michael and Mary can’t stand to be around each other, and both are having serious affairs.

Cheating on your lover with your spouse

In “The Lovers,” long-time married couple Michael and Mary can’t stand to be around each other, and both are having serious affairs.

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