Charlie Rose (February 9, 2007)
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(Feb 23, 2007)
First, a conversation with the third longest serving senator in the history of the United States, Senator Ted Kennedy of Massachusetts. Kennedy talks about his long-standing opposition to the war in Iraq, his various proposals to end U.S. involvement, and the fallacy that the U.S. presence is in any way improving the situation. Finally, a discussion with director and screenwriter Florian Henckel Von Donnersmarck about his first feature length film, "The Lives of Others" which is nominated for best foreign film at this year's Academy Awards. The film explores conditions in East Germany before the Berlin Wall came down in 1989 through the eyes of a member of the Stasi, East Germany's powerful secret police service.
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