Marc Silver

director, '3 1/2 Minutes'

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Director of the documentary 3 1/2 Minutes

Marc Silver on KCRW

On November 23, 2012, four suburban black teenagers pulled into a gas station in Jacksonville, Florida to get a pack of gum.

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On November 23, 2012, four suburban black teenagers pulled into a gas station in Jacksonville, Florida to get a pack of gum.

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