If I wasn't a Jew I'd be a Nazi," says UK producer Miriam Segal. It is a forthrightness designed to make you sit up and pay attention. Her debut film, Good, starts shooting in Budapest this week and Segal is determined it will have a shocking appeal - for all the right reasons.
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