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“What attracted me to Lions for Lambs,” says the film’s star and director Robert Redford, “was the way the story uses the war as a catalyst for major issues, such as the role of the media, of education, of politics and youth in America. It’s a provocative film that addresses big questions head-on, while compelling the audience into thinking about where we are right now, and how we got here.” On their way to the Rome Film Festival, where the movie received its world premiere on Tuesday, before its showing the following day at the London Film Festival, Redford and his co-stars Tom Cruise and Meryl Streep stopped in New York to promote a film they all feel strongly about. Covering the events of a single day, the story takes place on three tense emotional fronts. Presidential hopeful Senator Jasper Irving (Cruise) is about to give a sensational story about a new war strategy to a probing TV journalist (Streep) as the two carry on a fierce cat-and-mouse game of wit and evasion. At a West Coast University, a once idealistic professor, Dr Malley (Redford), confronts a privileged but blas





By in November 1, 2007 • Filed in: News

Here you have a preview of tonight’s Entertainment Tonight’s interview with Tom Cruise (Thanks Myma)







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