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Lives Collide in Paul Haggis's 'Third Person'i
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Penelope Poulou
June 28, 2014 2:16 AM
Acclaimed filmmaker Paul Haggis is known for weaving characters from all walks of life into a tapestry of loss, love and conflict. His 2004 Oscar winning drama “Crash,” was built on the idea that people’s lives collide and connect through a web of coincidence. In his latest ensemble drama, 'Third Person,' Haggis builds a puzzle on how three different couples marked by pain and loss end up coming together. VOA’s Penelope Poulou spoke with Haggis about the creative process behind his movie.

Lives Collide in Paul Haggis's 'Third Person'

Penelope Poulou

Published June 27, 2014

Acclaimed filmmaker Paul Haggis is known for weaving characters from all walks of life into a tapestry of loss, love and conflict. His 2004 Oscar winning drama “Crash,” was built on the idea that people’s lives collide and connect through a web of coincidence. In his latest ensemble drama, 'Third Person,' Haggis builds a puzzle on how three different couples marked by pain and loss end up coming together. VOA’s Penelope Poulou spoke with Haggis about the creative process behind his movie.


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