F. Murray Abraham — American Actor born on October 24, 1939,

F. Murray Abraham is an American actor. He became widely known during the 1980s after winning the Academy Award for Best Actor for his role as Antonio Salieri in Amadeus. He has appeared in many roles, both leading and supporting, in films such as All the President's Men, Scarface, The Name of the Rose, Last Action Hero, Star Trek: Insurrection, Finding Forrester, Inside Llewyn Davis and The Grand Budapest Hotel. He is also known for his television and theatre work and is now a regular cast member on the award-winning TV series Homeland... (wikipedia)

I just throw it out and see what happens. If it sounds and feels right, then I continue.
The idea that you can make love and not war really is pretty neat. That thing in Korea, the thing in Israel - that's all over the world. There must be a new way of thinking.
Once I looked into a mirror at my face I felt like it was completely convincing. I was Salieri.
I'd like President Bush to think maybe there's another way to think, that maybe Kissinger was wrong when he says we had to go in there because he was wrong about Vietnam.
There is one confrontation scene toward the end of the picture. In the middle of the scene, I thought, That's Sean Connery! I don't know how else to describe Sean Connery. I still feel that way.

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