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American actress, model, and fashion designer. Wikipedia

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    American actress and director who made her film debut in the controversial 1995 drama Kids, portraying a teenage girl in inner-city New York who discovers she is HIV-positive. She went on to appear in several independent features, including two directed by her then-boyfriend, Harmony Korine (writer of Kids): Gummo (1997) and Julien Donkey-Boy (1998), before obtaining a lead role as Lana Tisdel in Boys Don't Cry (1999), a fact-based drama about the murder of trans man Brandon Teena. Wikipedia

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  • Jim Jarmusch

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