Detailing the life of a former Weather Underground activist who is on the run from the FBI, Redford’s newest directorial effort is just as intelligently crafted as usual, paying proper attention to historical details and opinions, and Redford also delivers a now typical fantastic performance serving as the film’s lead character.
I had the opportunity to catch up with Robert for a roundtable interview in New York City while he was promoting The Company You Keep, and it was an honor to sit and listen to true cinematic royalty.
We talked to Robert about his film as much as possible, but we also learned a thing or two along the way.
Redford starred alongside Dustin Hoffman in the Watergate scandal film All The President’s Men, but it looks like the actor’s immense interest in how journalism shifts from decade to decade has brought about his new documentary, which takes a look at the Watergate events in an entirely new light.
See below for his quote:
“On April the 21st, we’re having a premiere in DC about a documentary I made called All The President’s Men Revisited, and I spent about a year and a half making it. I’m very proud of it.
The documentary threads
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