Daniel Day-Lewis, Steven Spielberg and Tony Kushner talk ‘Lincoln’ (video)

daniel-day-lewis-steven-spielbergHere is a short Q&A the folks at Time Magazine did with Daniel Day-Lewis, Steven Spielberg and writer Tony Kushner about their new film, Lincoln.

The film is great and Day-Lewis is spectacular.

In the video below, they talk about the voice, how Day-Lewis asked Kushner to put the word “disenthrall” into the script (because Lincoln used the word in one of his speeches) and more.

Check it out below!


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