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Spielberg, Take Me & Directing for the Duplass Brothers with Pat Healy

Today’s guest prolific actor/writer/director Pat Healy. Pat discuss his new Netflix film Take Me starring himself and Orange is the New Black‘s Taylor Schilling. He also talks about his experience working with the Duplass Brothers, working with the legend Steven Speilberg, and how he has made a living being a script doctor over the years. Pay Healy’s feature film screenplays Strange Skies and Snow Ponies found their way on the Black List in 2006 and 2007.

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