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You don't have to have read a single word by author David Foster Wallace to understand the cat-and-mouse game that is played in the new film,  The End of the Tour .

'The End of the Tour'

You don't have to have read a single word by author David Foster Wallace to understand the cat-and-mouse game that is played in the new film, The End of the Tour .

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