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Fear Of BP: How I Dealt With Frightened Louisianans And Nervous Attorneys To Make ‘Deepwater Horizon’

The film’s director, Peter Berg: “After I came aboard [the project], I jumped into the script, went down to Louisiana – and very quickly realised this was different. We were dealing with a culture of litigation.”
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