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Josh Brolin: 'It's a brave moment to feel'
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Actor Josh Brolin reflects on how masculinity, emotions and sobriety have shaped his life leading up to his portrayal of a Granite Mountain Hotshot in the new film, "Only the Brave."
Actor Josh Brolin reflects on how masculinity, emotions and sobriety have shaped his life leading up to his portrayal of a Granite Mountain Hotshot in the new film, "Only the Brave."
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