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Steve Zissis, Elise Muller, Greta Gerwig, Baghead (2)

Steve Zissis, Elise Muller, Greta Gerwig, Baghead (2)

Left to right: Steve Zissis as Chad, Elise Muller as Catherine and Greta Gerwig as Michelle in “Baghead”.
Photo credit: Jen Tracy Duplass, copyright Duplass Brothers LLC

Elise Muller, Steve Zissis, Greta Gerwig, Baghead (4)

Elise Muller, Steve Zissis, Greta Gerwig, Baghead (4)

Left to right: Elise Muller as Catherine, Steve Zissis as Chad and Greta Gerwig as Michelle in “Baghead”.
Photo credit: Jen Tracy Duplass, copyright Duplass Brothers LLC

Greta Gerwig, Baghead (5)

Greta Gerwig, Baghead (5)

Greta Gerwig as Michelle in “Baghead”.
Photo credit: Jen Tracy Duplass, copyright Duplass Brothers LLC

Greta Gerwig, Elise Muller, Baghead (6)

Greta Gerwig, Elise Muller, Baghead (6)

Greta Gerwig (left) as Michelle and Elise Muller (right) as Catherine in “Baghead”.
Photo credit: Jen Tracy Duplass, copyright Duplass Brothers LLC

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