Rebecca Hall

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Director and actor Rebecca Hall on finding the language to understand her family’s complex history

Rebecca Hall: ‘Passing’

Director and actor Rebecca Hall on finding the language to understand her family’s complex history

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In the new film  Christine , actress Rebecca Hall portrays 29-year-old TV news reporter Christine Chubbuck, who on July 15, 1974, shot and killed herself during a live broadcast in…

Rebecca Hall, 'Christine'

In the new film Christine , actress Rebecca Hall portrays 29-year-old TV news reporter Christine Chubbuck, who on July 15, 1974, shot and killed herself during a live broadcast in…

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