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How Clint Eastwood’s Movies Devolved into Jingoistic Garbage

Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast Clint Eastwood is a living legend. He’s iconic as an actor and as a director; he’s the Man with No Name, he’s Harry Callahan, and he’s responsible for Unforgiven and The Bridges of Madison County. You’d never know that by watching his latest film, The 15:17 to Paris. In the twilight of his career, Eastwood has leaned into a strange, blatant kind of jingoism that is difficult to reconcile with his earlier work.
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