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The title of writer/director Noah Baumbach’s new film, ‘Marriage Story’ both summarizes its intent and then goes beyond into a genre particular to its creator (who also made ‘The Squid…

Noah Baumbach: 'Marriage Story'

The title of writer/director Noah Baumbach’s new film, ‘Marriage Story’ both summarizes its intent and then goes beyond into a genre particular to its creator (who also made ‘The Squid…

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Filmmaker Noah Baumbach has made a name for himself as the kind of indie auteur who can tell naturalistic, character-driven stories, often about people who aren't too happy with how…

Noah Baumbach

Filmmaker Noah Baumbach has made a name for himself as the kind of indie auteur who can tell naturalistic, character-driven stories, often about people who aren't too happy with how…

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