Paper Tiger Interview with Alan Trong, Lydia Look & Paul Kowalski

Paper Tiger Interview with Alan Trong, Lydia Look & Paul Kowalski

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Today, I had the wonderful opportunity to sit down with Alan Trong, Lydia Look who are in the film, Paper Tiger, directed by AFI Conservatory alum Paul Kowalski, which is about a mom’s suspicion that her son may become a school shooter, as the film premieres on VOD.

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Until next time!

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