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'All the President's Men' (1976)* Robert Redford * …talking about the Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein: 'What they did was totally heroic. It was journalism as a path to the truth. You don't see much of that today. I was so proud and so happy to make a film that celebrates how important journalism is and how it proved itself by hard work. Hard, truthful work by these two lowly journalists was able to undermine the top level of the U.S.: the President.'
a-r-g-e-n-t-u-m:

paler than your ass ❋

mark-gaytits:

cap-gamelamer:

tangedolium:

WAIT IS IT ACTUALLY GENUINELY A THING THAT AMERICANS DON’T HAVE KETTLES?

BUT THEN HOW DO THEY MAKE TEA?!

by throwing it into the harbor

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