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Oscars: ‘Something is changing’ says Banderas on diversity in Hollywood

By AFP
10 February 2020   |   12:21 pm
Antonio Banderas starring in 'Pain and Glory' says "something is changing," in Hollywood, which is under scrutiny this awards season for its lack of diversity.

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