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A Part of Me Dies When I Watch a Kevin Spacey Movie and Still Enjoy it.

Should we separate the art from the offenses?

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Should we separate the art from the offenses?

If we did this, we would probably have nothing left to enjoy. Talented people often have their demons…




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