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State And Main
State and Main is a 2000 comedy film, written and directed by David Mamet and starring Philip Seymour Hoffman and Rebecca Pidgeon, about the on-location production in Waterford, Vermont of a film called The Old Mill. The actual film was shot in Manchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts; Beverly, Massachusetts; Dedham, Massachusetts; and Waltham, Massachusetts.
State and Main centers on the havoc wrought on the inhabitants of a small town by a troubled film production. After the leading man’s penchant for teenage girls gets them banished from their New Hampshire location, a film crew relocates to the small town of Waterford, Vermont, to finish shooting “The Old Mill.” As its title suggests, the film depends on the presence of a genuine mill, something the town is reported to possess. Unfortunately, with only days before principal photography begins, it becomes apparent that the mill in fact burned down decades ago. Unfazed, the film’s director, Walt Price (William H.
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