This was the best edited documentary I have ever seen, which I think has a lot to do with the work of one of Hollywood's finest young editors.
Duncan Gilman's staggering genius is only eclipsed by his incredible good looks. Ladies - you'd better snap him up while you still can, before he edit's himself in to another woman's heart.
During the making of this movie, Duncan got rare behind-the-scenes access to intimate personal details of Paula Abdul's life. I'm saying, this man knows what color the towels in her bathroom are, and I think you know what I mean.
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