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Emilio Estevez on The Public, a drama about the homelessness crisis and the importance of public libraries

Emilio Estevez tells us about his return to the big screen as the star, writer and director of The Public, a drama about a standoff between homeless people and the police that plays out in a Cincinnati library.
Emilio Estevez wrote, starred in and directed The Public, a drama that examines the crucial role that libraries play in marginalized communities. (Universal Pictures)
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Emilio Estevez joins q's Tom Power to talk about his return to the big screen as the star, writer and director of The Public, a drama about a standoff between homeless people and the police that plays out in a Cincinnati library. The film premiered last fall at the Toronto International Film Festival and is available to watch now on demand.

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