Wine Spectator on Steven Soderbergh: Spirit Importer

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Since he released Sex, Lies & Videotape in 1989, Steven Soderbergh has been known for one thing: not being known for any one thing. He has effortlessly switched from indie films to big-budget crowd-pleasers (Ocean’s Eleven) to epic dramas (Traffic) to a documentary on Spalding Gray. More recently, he’s abandoned film for television. Given that track record, a new role as the importer of a Bolivian spirit almost no one in America has heard of isn’t that surprising.”


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“Steven Soderbergh Goes from Palm d’Or to Eau de Vie” by Wine Spectator

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