(Time Magazine) 10 Questions for Robert Redford

Posted by Kendall Harmon

Was there a point early in your career when you thought you could change minds through film?
I guess I did. When I was younger, naive. I thought, Maybe The Candidate will affect young people. The point of that film was that we select people by cosmetics, not substance. I thought maybe that point would get through and they would demand more of their candidates. But I've come to feel that [film] is not going to change anything.

Do you wish you had acted more in recent decades?
Yes. I segued into directing because I wanted more control of the story. But I started as an actor. I am an actor. I think a lot of people think that I don't [act] anymore or that I'm more involved in Sundance. But it's not true.

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Posted April 14, 2011 at 10:01 am

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1. Archer_of_the_Forest wrote:

I’m not a left-wing person.

Not according to your check book:

April 14, 1:39 pm | [comment link]
2. Sarah wrote:

Now now, Archer—you know all those people just show that he’s a “moderate independent.”  ; > )

April 15, 12:28 am | [comment link]

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