Dan Schechter

director, 'Life of Crime'

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Dan Schechter on KCRW

Daniel Schechter loved Elmore Leonard's book The Switch so much, he wrote a script for it on spec. Years later, the film became a reality.

Daniel Schechter: Life of Crime

Daniel Schechter loved Elmore Leonard's book The Switch so much, he wrote a script for it on spec. Years later, the film became a reality.

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