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It’s a filmmaker’s nightmare: rioters attack your set, throw it in a river, and force you to halt production. It happened to renowned director Deepa Mehta while shooting her latest film, “Water.” Sometimes called the ‘Queen of Controversy,’ Mehta explains what it took to finish the film and why it’s generating both outrage and praise in her native India.
- Deepa Mehta Writer and Director, "Water"
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