Donald Sutherland on ‘Trust,’ ’70s Cinema and Sympathy for the Devil

Donald Sutherland on ‘Trust,’ ’70s Cinema and Sympathy for the Devil

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There are several Donald Sutherlands you’re likely to meet if you start spelunking through the nearly six decades of this Canadian actor’s screen career. There’s the sparkle-eyed Sixties hippie in he-man war films, the type of wonderfully anachronistic presence that enlivens movies like The Dirty Dozen (“Madison City, Missouri, sir!” “Never heard of it.”) and Kelly’s Heroes, and

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