David Mackenzie

film director

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David Mackenzie is a Scottish film director and the co-founder of Sigma Films.

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The film  Hell or High Water  follows a pair of brothers who turn to bank robbery in drought-stricken, post-recession West Texas -- and the two Texas Rangers who try to hunt them down.

Director David Mackenzie on 'Hell or High Water'

The film Hell or High Water follows a pair of brothers who turn to bank robbery in drought-stricken, post-recession West Texas -- and the two Texas Rangers who try to hunt them down.

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