The 95-minute doc, based on five days of interviews filmed in the Boston area, will segue from Venice to the Toronto and New York Film Festivals.
In “American Dharma” Morris questions Bannon on his background, belief system, his worldview, his current feelings on President Trump, and how films such as Henry King’s “Twelve O’Clock High,” John Ford’s “The Searchers,” and Orson Welles’ “Chimes At Midnight” became part of Bannon’s understanding of the world,” according to promotional materials.
The director’s contention is that even for those who disagree with Bannon, ignoring him is a dangerous course of action.
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