Bryan Buckley

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Bryan Buckley is an American film and commercial director and screenwriter.

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The director discusses his new film about the true story of a young journalist who embedded himself with Somali pirates.

Bryan Buckley: The Pirates of Somalia

The director discusses his new film about the true story of a young journalist who embedded himself with Somali pirates.

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