1: It’s Pronounced “W”

1: It’s Pronounced “W”

In the inaugural episode of Silver Screens & Politics, Brett Stewart and Dominic Cichocki delve into Oliver Stone’s 2008 George W. Bush biopic, ‘W.’ How historically accurate is ‘W,’ and does it take the same creative liberties other Oliver Stone films are known for? Is it a good film or is it best left in the past? Silver Screens digs in to find out. Next week, join us for ‘Death of a President.’

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