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Topic - David Clennon
A few weeks ago, "Zero Dark Thirty" seemed well on its way to capturing the Academy Award for best picture. It was winning early critic awards and gaining the kind of momentum a movie needs to win Hollywood's biggest prize.
Could congressional scrutiny over such an emotionally charged issue as alleged torture be affecting the awards momentum of “Zero Dark Thirty”?
At least one member of the motion picture academy, David Clennon, has said he will not vote for "Zero Dark Thirty" in any category because of the way it depicts alleged torture.
At least one member of the motion picture academy, David Clennon, has said he will not vote for "Zero Dark Thirty" in any category because of the way it depicts torture.