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Sarah Paulson on the Terror of Improvising, the Value of Quiet Movies, and What Her New Film Blue Jay Owes to Amanda Peet

When an actor's just won an Emmy, their next project is typically not a mostly improvised small-town indie shot in seven days. But most actors aren't Sarah Paulson, who, despite her recent period as Ryan Murphy's muse, has always had a diverse and adventurous approach to her job. Paulson's latest, ... More »
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