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Sarah Silverman Gets Serious in 'I Smile Back'

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Best known for her stand-up comedy, Sarah Silverman plays a suburban mother spinning out of control into addiction and risky behavior in the new movie, “I Smile Back.” We’ll talk with Silverman about the film, her own struggles with depression and why she thinks women rule comedy these days.


Sarah Silverman, actress, comedian, writer; stars in the new film "I Smile Back"


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