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For his new film “Boyhood,” director Richard Linklater filmed with the same cast over a 12-year period to tell the story of a boy growing up. It was a risky experiment, but critics are raving about the film, which Slate’s Dana Stevens calls “a gradually unfolding miracle.” We listen back to a July 17 conversation with Linklater about “Boyhood,” his career and his unorthodox approach to cinematic storytelling.

Guests:
Richard Linklater, director of films including "Boyhood," "Before Sunrise," "Bernie" and "Dazed and Confused"

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