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Why We Can't Look Away From Hard-To-Watch Films

Oct 19, 2013 (Weekend Edition Saturday) — Many film critics have called 12 Years A Slave hard to watch because of its graphic and emotional content. Host Scott Simon talks with Slate's movie expert, Dana Stevens, about why we sit through difficult movies.

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