Being A Human Person - Roy Andersson

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Roy Andersson in Being A Human Person. Fred Scott says: 'Roy was very welcoming from the start, but it did take the best part of a year's worth of trips - four or five trips -  in 2017 to kind of feel like, from my perspective, like I was really embedded'

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