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Ken Scott is a writer and director, known for Delivery Man (2013), Starbuck (2011) and La grande séduction (2003). See full bio »
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Delivery Man
Delivery Man Writer
Starbuck Writer
La grande séduction
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 2016 Un paese quasi perfetto (original screenplay)
 2014 Un village presque parfait (original screenplay)
 2013 Delivery Man (original screenplay "Starbuck") / (written for the screen by)
 2013 Fonzy (original screenplay)
 2013 The Grand Seduction (film "La Grande Séduction") / (written by)
 2011 Starbuck
 2009 Les doigts croches (original script)
 2003 La grande séduction (written by)
 2002 Le plateau (TV Series)
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[on the nature of parenting as examined in his film 'Starbuck']: Years ago we wouldn't talk about fatherhood in the same way we talk about fatherhood today. I think things have changed. The perception of what exactly a father is has changed. That's what we talk about in the movie.

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