I Think You're Totally Wrong: A Quarrel

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This is fascinating film about life vs. art. What does an artist need to be willing to give up in the name of art? It is also very funny and thought-provoking as we follow our two subjects, who verbally spar the whole way through. James Franco himself gets pulled into the mix to try and make ...Read more

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