NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 10: (L-R) Actor James Gandolfini, VP of HBO Documentary Sara Bernstein, President of HBO Documentary Films Sheila Nevins, and filmmaker/journalist Sebastian Junger attend the HBO Documentary Films New York Premiere of 'Which Way Is The Front Line From Here?' at HBO Theater on April 10, 2013 in New York City.
Documentaries are my favorite. I’ve done a few of them and I am in awe of people who product them for a living ... I’m trying to do a documentary with HBO about learning disabilities in prison that I will be narrating.
Documentaries are my favorite. I’ve done a few of them and I am in awe of people who product them for a living ... I’m trying to do a documentary with HBO about learning disabilities in prison that I will be narrating.More quotes »
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