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Spike Lee Talks Inside Man and Katrina

One thing you can count on with Spike Lee: he's never dull. What's great about this NY Observer interview is that it captures how funny he is. Spike is clearly having a blast in Michael Moore territory as he chases after subjects for his upcoming Katrina documentary slated to air on HBO in August. (He's also paranoid about the government's role in the failing of the New Orleans levees.) And no, Spike will NEVER vote for Condoleeza Rice.


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