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Source:  The Hollywood Reporter

Set aside a six-hour window for the weekend of March 16 because you’re going to want to binge watch the Netflix documentary series, “Wild Wild Country.”

Screened at the Sundance Film Festival in one exhausting, gripping gulp, it’s a slice of partially forgotten history in which real life just keeps getting more and more outlandish and implausible.

The series, about a cult guru’s Oregon expansion in the 1980s, is full of unbelievable twists and intriguingly short on easy answers.

Read the story The Hollywood Reporter. 

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