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Tom Hanks: ‘There is a danger’ in making films that try to alter public opinion
On Thursday December 14, Washington Post Executive Editor Marty Baron spoke one-on-one with Tom Hanks to talk about his role in “The Post” movie. Hanks, who plays former Washington Post Executive Editor Ben Bradlee, discussed the risks of making movies that he feels are trying to shape public opinion. He says instead, his view on making accurate films comes from a William Shakespeare quote to hold "the mirror up to nature."
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