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Frances McDormand - Telephone Monologue from "Almost Famous"

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Published on Jun 23, 2013

Frances McDormand fills every syllable with meanings upon meanings in her delivery of this brief monologue from Cameron Crowe's autobiographical movie "Almost Famous" (2000). Delivered long-distance to an awed, frightened, and rapidly sobered Billy Crudup, this brief scene has become justly famous itself.

I hold no copyright or licensing privileges to the source material, which was written and directed by Cameron Crowe.

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