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Michael Caine, Harry Brown



At 77, Michael Caine may be a doting grandfather, but he doesn’t need
juice, coffee--and much less breakfast--as he sits in a booth at the
Regency Hotel with Subtitles and talks about his earlier years, back when
few thought he would have this brilliant career. In his new movie, Harry Brown, he stars as the titular pensioner turned vigilante; he discusses this role and talks about and what, exactly, he thinks of today’s crop of young leading men (22 minutes).
 

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