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“We had to remind ourselves as actors that it would be more difficult [to say in 1991] than it would be today.“As a legal scholar, she really believed in the sanctity of the court and felt it was her responsibility to have that information out there.I don’t know if I would be able to do what she did.The actress wanted to know more about both Hill’s story and that of the men in the Senate who supported and maligned her. In one of the many archival clips seen in the film, then-“Meet the Press” host Tim Russert said, “I don’t see any fireworks.” Hill had worked for Thomas at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in Washington. Edward Kennedy had heard talk about Thomas mistreating women at work, and contacted Hill, who provided information behind the scenes.
“I started investigating the idea of making a feature,” says Washington, who is also an executive producer of “Confirmation.” Initially, it looked like smooth sailing for Thomas, then a federal circuit-court judge who was nominated to the high court by President George H. As Washington’s Hill puts it in the movie, “Lots of people will fight this nomination.
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