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After four years in Washington, DC, Louise Linton has returned to Hollywood with a new movie, "Me, You, Madness." It's a fun film that spoofs the rich, sends up serial killer movies of the '80s, and is loaded with animal rights messages.
Linton talks about why she made the film, and her hopes for its success. She also talks about how she got from Scotland to the U.S., how her love for animals developed as a young child, and how her animal activism has grown, especially while she was in Washington.
By agreement, we kept the political talk to a minimum, focusing on her love of the movies and the animals.
"Me, You, Madness," is Rated R, and is available on-demand from streaming sites like Amazon Prime and i-Tunes.
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(Originally published Feb.17, 2021).