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'Brittany Runs A Marathon' is a a welcome twist on the 'nottie to hottie' trope in a lot of female-focussed comedies. Star Jillian Bell and the filme's writer-director Paul Downs Colaizzo sit down with Fiona to talk about the marathon of making the film, and watching it take off around the world. (Fiona is flying solo while Ben is away on the French Riviera. He'll be back on deck next ep). 

By
SBS Guide
Presented by
Fiona Williams
File size
32.3 MB
Duration
16 min 49 sec

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