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Writer/director Max Myers grew up watching films from Sam Peckinpah, Sergio Leone, Clint Eastwood, Martin Ritt and Walter Hill. He is an avid fan of the Western, crediting those iconic directors along with films of the 60s & 70s as his main inspiration. Max was born in Iserlohn, West Germany, the son of an English Army soldier and a local ... See full bio »

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