Camilla Magid

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Documentary filmmaker based in Copenhagen.

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Brian Watts went to prison when he was 18. When he got out on parole, he was 42, and on a mission to find love - for the very first time.

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Brian Watts went to prison when he was 18. When he got out on parole, he was 42, and on a mission to find love - for the very first time.

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