Mark Christopher

screenwriter and director

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The director of the film 54 discusses the re-release of the cult-classic, debuting the version we were meant to see originally -- the director's cut.

Mark Christopher: 54, The Director's Cut

The director of the film 54 discusses the re-release of the cult-classic, debuting the version we were meant to see originally -- the director's cut.

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