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Redefining film with John Boyega

By Guardian Life
17 April 2018   |   5:13 am
With all that he has achieved, John Boyega is a man that is very aware of where he is coming from and the steps that have led him to where he is now. This consciousness of his roots plays a major role in the decisions he has made throughout his career and life in general.

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