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Albert Maysles

Chalk it up to the instincts of an astute observer of people, which is what makes Albert Maysles a great documentary filmmaker. The woman seated on the train looked nervous, he thought.
    "I was drawn to her. It just seemed like there was something more there," recalled Maysles who was...

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