Rob Reiner Interview, Part IV - Challenging Prop. 8, Onscreen and Offscreen | KCET
Rob Reiner Interview, Part IV - Challenging Prop. 8, Onscreen and Offscreen
At the KCET Cinema Series screening Rob Reiner's new film, "Magic of Belle Isle," host Pete Hammond asked the director about his upcoming projects. Reiner talked about his support for "8," a play about the Prop 8 trial.
Watch the trailer for "8":
- Part I - 'I've Never Made a Movie That Any Studio Wanted to Make'
- Part II - Working with Morgan Freeman
- Part III - Child Actors and "Stand by Me"
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