Actor Bill Murray holds the Silver Bear for Best Director award on behalf of Wes Anderson for movie Isle of Dogs during the awards ceremony at the 68th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin, Germany, February 24, 2018. REUTERS/Axel Schmidt
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The stories told in a new documentary about Bill Murray are the stuff of an offbeat legend, taking the star to a Scottish house party where he washed the dishes, to singing with an accordion player in Slovenia and surprising a guy in a bar bathroom. The new documentary titled "The Bill Murray Stories" that premiered in the past week at the South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin seeks the facts and tries to throw in a few life lessons learned from the man along the way. Murray did not attend the screening.For the director, the film was about how Murray changed lives and gave people a pleasant story to tell for years to come.He thought about seeking comment from Murray on his motives but decided to focus on the people he affected.
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