Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Barack Obama in tears at seeing film The Butler

Film about black servant who worked for eight U.S. presidents is out. U.S. President Barack Obama was in tears after watching The Butler, a film about a black servant who worked in the White House for a series of presidents.
Film The Butler

In the radio Tom Joyner Obama said he had stood in tears in his eyes.

The first black president of the United States noted that the film did reflect on the consequences of discrimination for a whole generation of him.

"They were a lot of misery because they hoped for a better future for their children," said Obama. The real Butlers in the White House,  are friendly, warm people who can get along with his daughters Malia and Sasha Obama. "They think that could well be my grandchild or: who looks just like my daughter."

The Butler is directed by Lee Daniels. Forest Whitaker plays the leading role.The star cast also includes Oprah Winfrey, Mariah Carey, Lenny Kravitz, Vanessa Redgrave, Robin Williams (President Dwight D. Eisenhower), John Cusack (President Richard Nixon), James Marsden (President John F. Kennedy), Liev Schreiber ( President Lyndon B. Johnson), Alan Rickman (President Ronald Reagan). Jane Fonda as Nancy Reagan

The film has been premiered in the U.S. Osa's eye will be giving you feedback after watching it this weekend. Watch the trailer of the Butler


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