Adventures In Comedy
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Featuring interviews with comedy legends Janeane Garofalo, Jim Gaffigan, Margaret Cho and many more, this film shadows one comic’s (Tom McCaffrey) experiences doing stand-up and the harsh realities that come with following his dreams at any cost.
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