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The House Always Wins: The Gambling Drama as an Allegory for Filmmaking

By Sarah Foulkes “You said that you felt alive for the first time while playing the card table. What do you want me to understand?” The article The House Always Wins: The Gambling Drama as an Allegory for Filmmaking appeared first on Film School Rejects.
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