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Willem Dafoe doesn't give a damn if he misses out on a best supporting actor Oscar for a third time next month. "That is not what I do this for," said the actor, who was also nominated for Oliver Stone's "Platoon" in 1987 and for "Shadow of a Vampire" 13 years later.He will be sore if "The Florida Project," the breakout low-budget film about poor kids growing up in the shadow of Walt Disney World in Orlando, gets nothing.Baker and much of his cast lived in the hotel while working on the film, and Dafoe said the experience opened his eyes.Dafoe, 62, said the genius of the atmosphere Baker created on set with his partner and acting coach Samantha Quan meant the actor found himself both being and playing the only responsible adult around.
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