Getting 'Angry' With Comedian Chris Lilley

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Australian comedian Chris Lilley may not be a household name in America quite yet, but his devilishly funny mockumentaries have garnered him a cult following. He plays all the main characters himself: whether it's a snotty 16-year-old girl, an eccentric drama school teacher or an American rapper. Weekends on All Things Considered guest host Rebecca Sheir talks with comedian Chris Lilley about his newest HBO show, Angry Boys, premiering tonight.
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