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The Frame® FOR February 23, 2018

Bryan Fogel's 'Icarus'; Anna Deavere Smith's 'Notes From the FIeld'

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With two Russian Olympic athletes accused of doping at the games in South Korea, it brings renewed attention to "Icarus," the Oscar-nominated documentary that blew the lid off Russia's doping program; Anna Deavere Smith debuts "Notes From the Field," in which she portrays people she interviewed about race and class in America. See full episode >
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