Flick picks: Steven Spielberg’s ‘The Post’ defends free speech, women’s rights

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Set in 1971, when Donald Trump was just taking control of his father’s business and Harvey Weinstein was still working as a rock concert promoter, “The Post” nonetheless feels very much of this moment. Director Steven Spielberg’s newsroom thriller is a rousing defense of the First Amendment at a time when the president is flinging the phrase “fake news” to discredit his critics and an inspiring portrait of a woman coming into her own during a period of renewed momentum behind the women’s...

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