Harris Fishman

film director and producer

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Harris Fishman is a film director and producer.

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A documentary filmmaker follows a real life exorcist in search of evil…but what happens if he finds it?  [EXPLICIT LANGUAGE]

The Three Owls: The Face of Evil

A documentary filmmaker follows a real life exorcist in search of evil…but what happens if he finds it?  [EXPLICIT LANGUAGE]

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