Denzel Washington was recently asked about the difficulty of film making, but brought the other actors and directors sitting at the table back down to earth with some real talk about how difficult it is to be a soldier, or the parent of one, as opposed to being an actor in a fiction film.
Denzel keeps it real: film making versus real soldiers
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