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‘Wayne’s World’ Director Penelope Spheeris Is Done With Hollywood

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‘Wayne’s World’ Director Penelope Spheeris Is Done With Hollywood

‘Wayne’s World’ Director Penelope Spheeris Is Done With Hollywood

Penelope Spheeris directed the fantastic punk-rock documentary The Decline of Western Civilization, a film that the Library of Congress deemed “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant,” and Wayne’s World, one of the only good SNL movies.

But after making Senseless, a movie co-produced by Harvey Weinstein, Spheeris realized she didn’t “want to do this anymore.

In a wide-ranging interview with the AV Club, Spheeris opened up about the double standards women face in Hollywood.

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