Bennett Miller

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"Movies are like people. You trust them, or you don't. And I hate it when a movie lies to me." Bennett Miller discusses his latest film, Foxcatcher.

Bennett Miller: Foxcatcher

"Movies are like people. You trust them, or you don't. And I hate it when a movie lies to me." Bennett Miller discusses his latest film, Foxcatcher.

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