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Michael Lindsay-Hogg: Fortunate Son

Mark Rozzo, Town & Country, September 2011

"I'M SADDLED with a very good memory. I remember things from 50 years ago like I'm talking to you today." The director Michael Lindsay-Hogg — who is known as much for his pioneering film and video work with the Beatles and the Rolling Stones as for such television and theater landmarks as Brideshead Revisited, The Normal Heart, and Agnes of God — was talking on an afternoon of unforgiving heat in the ingeniously converted garage behind his 1920s Spanish Mission house in Los Angeles.

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