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What these 2 film critics think of 'Green Book' complaints

Clip: 02/26/2019 | 9m 32s Video has closed captioning.

The 91st Academy Awards represented an opportunity to celebrate cinematic triumphs and the racial and ethnic diversity of winners, but they weren't without controversy. Amna Nawaz talks to Mike Sargent, chief film critic of WBAI Radio, and Ann Hornaday, chief film critic for The Washington Post, about the absence of an Oscars host, whether the right nominees won and how the event should evolve.

Aired: 02/26/19

Rating: NR

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