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Fresh Air for Feb. 15, 2019: Spike Lee; Paul Schrader On 'First Reformed'

In 1993, Lorena Bobbitt made national headlines when she severed her husband's penis and threw it out a car window. She said her husband had been abusive. Amazon Prime Video hide caption

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26 Years Later, 'Lorena' Revisits The Bobbitt Saga — And The Media Reaction

26 Years Later, 'Lorena' Revisits The Bobbitt Saga — And The Media Reaction

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Rapayet (José Acosta) and Zaida (Natalia Reyes) perform a public dance in Birds of Passage. The Orchard hide caption

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An Indigenous Community Is Drawn Into The Drug Trade In 'Birds Of Passage'

An Indigenous Community Is Drawn Into The Drug Trade In 'Birds Of Passage'

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Fresh Air for Feb. 12, 2019: The Neuroscience Of Addiction

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