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Sarah Silverman discusses the darkness that both drama and comedy share and pulling from that for her new film I Smile Back.

Sarah Silverman: I Smile Back

Sarah Silverman discusses the darkness that both drama and comedy share and pulling from that for her new film I Smile Back.

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