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Eschewing a script in work, life

Director's reaction to studio films results in 'Ballast'

JUSTINE HUNT/GLOBE STAFF (above)''I was very interested in having the actors say as little as possible,'' filmmaker Lance Hammer says about ''Ballast'' (below). JUSTINE HUNT/GLOBE STAFF (above)''I was very interested in having the actors say as little as possible,'' filmmaker Lance Hammer says about ''Ballast'' (below). (JUSTINE HUNT/GLOBE STAFF (above))
By Dennis Fisher
Globe Correspondent / October 26, 2008

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You could be forgiven for taking Lance Hammer for a bookstore clerk, grad student, or waiter of indeterminate age slouching around Davis Square waiting for something, anything, to happen. (Full article: 795 words)

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