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Why Steven Spielberg made ‘The Post’ movie: ‘Everybody knows Watergate, but nobody knows The Pentagon Papers’
On Thursday December 14, The Washington Post’s chief film critic Ann Hornaday sat down with “The Post” movie director Steven Spielberg and cast members, to discuss the film, which details the decision made by The Washington Post to publish the Pentagon Papers in 1971. Spielberg recalls visiting The Washington Post building to conduct research and discusses the making of the movie.
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