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Murderball  (2005)

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The movie Murderball, released in 2005 and directed by Henry Alex Rubin, Dana Adam Shapiro, was shot on Panasonic AG-DVX100 Camera with Henry Alex Rubin as cinematographer and editing by Conor O'Neill, Geoffrey Richman.
Cinematography by | Henry Alex Rubin
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Country | USA
Language | English
Genres | Documentary, Sport

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