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Meryl Streep calls Pentagon Papers movie an 'extremely patriotic film’
On Thursday December 14, The Washington Post’s chief film critic Ann Hornaday sat down with director Steven Spielberg and cast members of ‘“The Post” movie and discussed the risks of making political movies. The film details The Washington Post’s controversial decision to publish the Pentagon Papers in 1971.
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