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  • 2007 Sundance Film Festival


"I discovered TV chairs in the Greyhound terminal when I was 17 and escaping a cult. They were the only place where I could get a few minutes of loud, fluorescent sleep. The memory of the chairs' psychic discomfort stayed with me, and when I found myself living on the same block years later, I decided they were the best way to discuss the economic disparity in L.A."

— James Graham, November 2006


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