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Robert Redford’s ‘Conspirator’ is stately to a fault

April 28, 2011
By CHRISTY LEMIRE , The Associated Press

Robert Redford's latest film, ''The Conspirator,'' explores a time in American history that most of us probably never knew about, or at least forgot: the 1865 trial of Mary Surratt, a boarding house owner whose son was suspected of helping John Wilkes Booth assassinate Abraham Lincoln.

 
 

 

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