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Richard Linklater Debuts Movie Twelve Years in the Making

At this year’s Sundance Film Festival, Richard Linklater will debut his latest film Boyhood, which took over 12 years to make and tells the story of a family aging in real-time.

Writes Los Angeles Times, “Linklater and the cast would take a few weeks each year to shoot the movie, essentially filming another chapter in the fictional family’s life, so that you’re watching a child (and his parents) grow up before your eyes. And you’re watching it naturally, not with the swap-in-older-actors, film-it-all-in-six-weeks compressed approach of most movies about family.”

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