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The Dialogue: Learning From the Masters - John Hamburg (2007)

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Screenwriting wunderkind and NYU Film School graduate John Hamburg burst onto the Hollywood scene in 1998, when his groundbreaking indie comedy Safe Men swept up a host of festival prizes and announced the arrival of a dynamic new talent. He followed it up with the scripts for such box-office blockbusters as Meet the Parents, Zoolander and Along Came Polly (which he also directed). Now, in the exclusive home video release Dialogue: Learning From the Masters - John Hamburg, the scripter - who qualifies, hands-down, as one of the most talented and funniest guys in the industry - humorously reflects on how he parlayed an ability to write comedic monologues in college into a successful scriptwriting career, the value of test screenings and the trepidation that accompanies inventing new dialogue for Robert de Niro.
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