Matthew Zoller Seitz

RogerEbert.com; Author, "The Oliver Stone Experience"

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Author of of the book “The Oliver Stone Experience;” Editor-in-Chief of RogerEbert.com.

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Last night on Showtime, Oliver Stone met Vladimir Putin.

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