Cranston, from left, Carell and Fishburne in a scene from Last Flag Flying."
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"Last Flag Flying," a comedy-drama about Vietnam War veterans, will resonate with Trump's America, despite, or perhaps because of, its period setting, actor Bryan Cranston said Sunday after a projection at the London Film Festival. Set in the United States in December 2003, when U.S. forces in Iraq were dragging Saddam Hussein out of a "spider hole," it is the story of three aging former servicemen who reunite to bury the son of one of them who has been killed in action."Last Flag Flying" falls somewhere between the two extremes of auteur naturalism and popular comedy. The drama and comedy stem from the chemistry between the three leads, each played by a well-known Hollywood name.Cranston plays a foul-mouthed, hard-drinking bar owner who is his own best customer.
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