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We know our next guest from his tough talking rolls on TV shows like the wire infringe.
But this time actor Lance Redick is tackling education reform in the new movie won't back down.
-- -- Cannot just go to school you know for what that's -- -- -- -- -- talk about going to school in the U.
Cause it's a great school and we can afford anywhere else except that he's not gonna live with -- -- your brother.
So you -- people you stub from that village school but not gonna happen a message what's your judgment given what happened.
His role as personal as well and he joins us to explain good to -- you -- agreed to be here.
This movie looks fantastic.
And I know it's inspired by real life events that you yourself.
Have real life events from public education both your parents -- teachers.
And what did you do to make sure that your own children.
Could get the best and you.
And well you know my kids grew up in Brooklyn.
The room my daughter was just come in first grade when I was finishing grad school Connecticut.
And I just -- from school so I was.
My first job out of school light bulbs understanding on Broadway so I basically commuted for a year since she could go to for -- in Connecticut.
To which you find the right neighborhood salute to -- -- into the some basis -- -- computer neighborhood for the school right in -- it when you were growing up your parents were both teachers in the Baltimore area.
In the public system and you did you go to public school -- I would prep school because your mother said my mother said I teach in public city schools so he's not going.
Well that's -- telling about you in this Carrick to divorced looks like well.
We'll start that way.
Kind of have to wait not in half with his movie if there early on -- you you get to see you know.
Who plays my wife in the film are very early on she makes a comet which gets a text from me you know the first -- -- -- life.
So -- -- right away.
But -- -- violence husband and you know the film was about to parents -- -- -- teacher and bottle please teach Maggie Gyllenhaal plays the mother.
And it's about them trying to -- charter school together and both each each one has it the child in third grade.
And so in each of -- destroyed in different ways with kind of how to best.
Do with what's best for children and what message do you want people to take away from this -- Well you know I think some.
I think more than anything else a -- but I want people who.
Feel that it's possible for them to make a difference in their own children's -- education no matter how.
No matter what their financial or at -- economic circumstances and be -- this what what you did well.
It is what my parents go you know I was fortunate to my parents were able to semi private school.
As for as.
My own kids we really we just we just -- and prayed and you who did a lot of things that the parents in this this this.
We wouldn't try to sort of charter school who did a lot of things that the parents in this film that because the kids' education is everything and if you don't get a good one.
In many cases you're -- sorts of people are looking forward to the new movie opens on Friday won't back down when a terrific thank you very much richer I think you're gonna.
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