Grazia Daily, “9 Things You Need To Know About Brit Marling”

Brit said: ‘We were young, hungry, and broke, and wanted to learn more about these ideas. We spent the summer traveling—train hopping cross-country, living on organic farms—and fell in with anarchist collectives and freegan groups. We were changed by that experience.’

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