Since Dee Rees’ film “Mudbound” debuted at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival, it has been receiving glowing reviews for its historical but yet still contemporary look at hot button racial issues in this country. Based on the novel by Hillary Jordan, it tells the tale of two families, one white and one African-American in the deep South who both have family members go to fight in World War II and return to a very different landscape and experience. Carey Mulligan plays Laura McAllan who trues to raise her children and survive amongst the growing tensions. Film journalist Katherine Tulich spoke to Mulligan for this in depth video interview.
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