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PBS NEWSHOUR

Lauren Greenfield, Director of The Queen of Versailles

  • Aired: 07/27/2012
  • 06:29
  • Rating: E
The building of Versailles, not the one in France, but one in Orlando, Fla., which was set to become the largest home in the nation, is the starting point for a documentary film titled, "The Queen of Versailles." The film focuses on an immensely wealthy couple and the ups and downs that they go through when the financial bubble bursts.
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Jeffrey Brown talks to Lauren Greenfield, director of "The Queen of Versailles."
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