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    Steve McQueen: my hidden shame I love this guy.

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    Steve McQueen on Racism, Education, Dyslexia

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    Steve McQueen: my hidden shame His new film 12 Years A Slave is an unflinching look at human brutality. But director Steve McQueen's childhood contains a painful secret he has never confronted https://twitter.com/mizukawaseiwa/status/419482928339353600 https://twitter.com/mizukawaseiwa/status/419483723818467328

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