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Issa Rae Feels 'Optimistic' About Seeing More Women Behind the Scenes

Issa Rae (“Insecure”) and Brit Marling (“The OA”) sat down for an interview where they discussed why Marling prefers to take on acting roles from other writers, and how Rae is feeling positive about the prospect of employing more women behind-the-scenes.

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