Oliver Stone Doesn't Settle for Easy Ridicule, He Looks Deep Inside Bush's Soul

New York Press | October 16, 2008
The hard work of Stone’'s new film about George Bush -- that uses the synecdoche title W. -- is to avoid impertinence and rebuild the concepts of fairness and empathy while examining the Bush enigma.

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