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His love of music and how it shapes what we see fine-tuned the eyes and ears of a generation.

Remembering filmmaker Johnathan Demme, who helped us make sense of the world

May 11th, 2017

His love of music and how it shapes what we see fine-tuned the eyes and ears of a generation.

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