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Redford in good company in story about ’70s radicals

Robert Redford stars as a 1970s radical who is on the run years later in "The Company You Keep."
Robert Redford stars as a 1970s radical who is on the run years later in "The Company You Keep."
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Robert Redford delivers one last lecture on ’60s idealism and passes another baton to Shia LaBeouf in “The Company You Keep,” an engrossing thriller about the last anti-Vietnam War radicals still underground. Redford, along with fellow Oscar winners Susan Sarandon, Chris Cooper and Julie Christie, and the cream of the cinema’s current crop of character actors — Brendan Gleeson, Terrence Howard, Nick Nolte, Stanley Tucci and Richard Jenkins — make this “No Country for Old ...


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