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In 'He Named Me Malala,' Guggenheim Finds Normal in Extraordinary

Davis Guggenheim remembers how he first met Malala Yousafsai. It was, he recalls, remarkably mundane. And then the questions started coming. “I took a taxi cab to her house in Birmingham and I rang the doorbell and I didn't know who I was gonna meet," said the renowned American director. "I am from Los Angeles, I am half Jewish, half Episcopalian, I've never really known a Muslim family very well, and Malala answered the door. "I realized they are just like my...

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