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Richard Linklater's groundbreaking 12-year project culminates in the remarkable Boyhood 

In 2002, director Richard Linklater began a remarkable movie-making experiment known as The Twelve Year Project. The idea: to make a series of short films, one per year, following a boy's growth from age 6 to 18—from first grade to college freshman—using…

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