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Chang, Chris
July 1994
Film Comment;Jul/Aug94, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p38
Comments on the direction of the movie `Natural Born Killers' by filmmaker Oliver Stone. Revision of the original script of Quentin Tarantino; Criticism of the cinematography; Humor; Cast of the movie.


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