Dan Laurine

location manager, collaborator, “Procession”

Location manager, collaborator on “Procession”

Dan Laurine on KCRW

The new Netflix documentary “Procession” follows six men who were abused as children by Catholic priests, then decide to use theater techniques to help work through trauma.

Netflix’s ‘Procession’: Dan Laurine was going to work behind the scenes, but ended up in a starring role

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