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L.A. moviegoers say seeing 'The Interview' is standing up for freedom
L.A. moviegoers say seeing 'The Interview' is standing up for freedom

A slow trickle of moviegoers gathered in West Hollywood on Thursday morning to check out "The Interview," the comedy about North Korea that has wound up in the center of a real-life geopolitical imbroglio. Some said they were simply observing a Christmas ritual by taking in a comedy at the cineplex. Others said they were there to make a statement in support of free speech and against Guardians of Peace, the hacking group that threatened to attack theaters that screened the film. "It's a basic issue of freedom of choice," said Cliff Reston, 57, of Hollywood, who attended with his wife, Toni. "This is a movie I probably would have watched on demand in a year...

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