Sian Heder

director, 'Tallulah'

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Director of the film Tallulah

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The movie  Tallulah  comes out this Friday. It stars Ellen Page as Lu, a poor young woman who ends up being confused for a housekeeper by a drunk, wealthy woman.

'Tallulah'

The movie Tallulah comes out this Friday. It stars Ellen Page as Lu, a poor young woman who ends up being confused for a housekeeper by a drunk, wealthy woman.

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