Johanna Hogg

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When Johanna Hogg was a film student in the 1980s, she fell in love with someone who ended up being a thief and drug addict. But she couldn’t pull away from the toxic relationship.

Director of ‘The Souvenir’ on heroin addiction, attraction and the allure of cinema

When Johanna Hogg was a film student in the 1980s, she fell in love with someone who ended up being a thief and drug addict. But she couldn’t pull away from the toxic relationship.

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