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steven clark
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This film, starring Anthony Hopkins, deals with a man suffering from dementia, and for his performance in this, he just won the Oscar for best actor...a white guy pushing back at all the diversity.

It's a very powerful film. I did a review on Countercurrents, April 17.
 
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I didn't see it, but Tony Hopkins is a great actor.


A White woman won best actress, too. I did not see the movie but loved her in this movie.

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Well, Gladiatrix, go see it. Past performances are good, but it's a thoughtful, sad movie but very strong.

Or at least read my review.
 
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I didn't see it, but Tony Hopkins is a great actor.

Othello directed by Colin Lowrey for BBC 1981

A White woman won best actress, too. I did not see the movie but loved her in this movie.

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Silence Of The Lambs (Hannibal Lecter) and The Bounty (Capt. Bligh) are my favorite Anthony Hopkins movies.

Ja, ja, I liked Fargo, too.
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