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AFI Movie Club: AMERICAN ME

AMERICAN ME marked the feature directorial debut of AFI Trustee Edward James Olmos, who also starred in the film. AFI Trustee Tom Pollock was working as an attorney for the film’s screenwriter Floyd Mutrux when the script was originally written and arranged for it be sold as a vehicle for Al Pacino in 1973. The project changed creative hands, and Olmos eventually became attached in 1977.

 

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