Reese Witherspoon finds lessons in ‘The Good Lie’

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 Oscar-winning actress Reese Witherspoon chose a subdued role in her latest film “The Good Lie,” a drama about Sudanese refugee children who end up in America, but there is nothing small in what she hopes to convey. “There is a beautiful message throughout: We are all the same,” said Witherspoon, whose plays employment counselor Carrie Davis in the movie that made its Washington premiere on Wednesday.  (Reuters)

 


 

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  • ANTON Monday, 22 September 2014 11:15 AM

    WE ARE TALKING ABOUT THE INJURED PEOPLE AND THE DAMAGED VEHICLES, BUT THE BIG SHOTS ARE INTERESTED ABOUT THE FALLEN TREE.

    shanthapriya Monday, 22 September 2014 11:25 AM

    THE FAULT IS WITH C.M.C. FOR NOT TAKING PRECAUTIONS

    Srilankan boy Monday, 22 September 2014 11:49 AM

    [quote name="ANTON"]WE ARE TALKING ABOUT THE INJURED PEOPLE AND THE DAMAGED VEHICLES, BUT THE BIG SHOTS ARE INTERESTED ABOUT THE FALLEN TREE.[/quote]
    YA. NOBODY WANTS TO REPLACE THE TREE


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