Chloe Sevigny Calls This Season Of Big Love "Awful"

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And then claims she was taken out of context. Reporters need to start uploading audio. I'm so sick of hearing this. I'm sure it's true sometimes. But so often it's a cop-out.


UPDATE: Via comments the AV Club responds, noting that Sevigny and HBO accused them of taking the quote of context. The AV Club has posted the audio, so you can judge for yourself. Good on them. Reporters need to do this to protect themselves from bullshiters who lob bombs and then use writers as human shields. 
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