Actor tells audience in Cannes that film about underworld reflects criminality underpinning the US’s financial crisis…
From the article..
The film is really a barely disguised metaphor for the wider economics, politics and values of the US, according to its Australian director Andrew Dominik , who was behind The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford.
Pitt, who also produced the film, first read the script “at the height of the mortgage crisis, when people were losing their homes right and left. It was criminal, and there still hasn’t been any criminal repercussions for that,” he said before the film’s premiere in Cannes.
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