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Interview: The Brothers Bloom Director Rian Johnson

There's an exceptional indie film that needs all the support it can get. The Brothers Bloom is the second feature film from auteur Rian Johnson, who broke onto the scene in 2005 with the high school noir thriller Brick. Bloom debuted at the Toronto Film Festival last year (where I saw it for the first time) and has since played numerous other festivals all the while leading up to its opening this upcoming weekend, May 15th, starting in limited theaters.
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