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Video Interview: Brie Larson on "Room"

Brie Larson gave the best performance of 2015 as the mother held captive with her young son in "Room." She won several Best Actress awards for her riveting portrayal: including an Oscar, BAFTA and Golden Globe. The determination and protection of a mother's love is central to the theme of "Room," and in this video interview Larson tells film journalist Katherine Tulich how she found inspiration from her own impoverished childhood and the strength of her own mother's love.

 

An interview with Brie Larson from October 2015 can also be found here.

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