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Looking for Harvey

Australia, 2000 (MIFF 2001, Documentary)

Director: Jeremy Weinstein

Australian film maker Jeremy Weinstein goes to Cannes during the film festival to track down his idol and namesake. Miramax boss. Harvey Weinstein. Jeremy's relentless search is spurred on by the startling coincidences that link the two Wemstein filmmaking dynasties.

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