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anthony-bourdain-palestine.jpgAnthony Bourdain talks to Variety about how he keeps Parts Unknown from seeming formulaic. He "looked to auteur filmmaking, viewing each show as a standalone feature with specific cinematic reference points [and] themes." Bourdain: "It's a successful series for me if someone who liked the show last week tunes in this week, and is uncertain whether they're on the right channel." [Variety][Photo]

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