Cary Fukunaga

film director, writer and cinematographer

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WEB EXCLUSIVE: Filmmaker Cary Fukunaga joins Elvis Mitchell to discuss the true vulnerability of family in Netflix's Beasts of No Nation.

Cary Fukunaga: Netflix's 'Beasts of No Nation'

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Filmmaker Cary Fukunaga joins Elvis Mitchell to discuss the true vulnerability of family in Netflix's Beasts of No Nation.

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