I was fortunate enough to catch up with Oscar winner and the creator of the Oscar nominated film, A Mighty Heart, Tom Hanks, to talk about his film, his life, and his favorite Oscar moments.
A Mighty Heart opens wide on February 15th, 2019.
The film follows the story of two orphans, Charlie (Hanks) and Edith (Segal), who are raised by their wealthy grandparents in a lavish Victorian mansion in rural Louisiana.
The story centers on the friendship between the two orphans and their two great-grandmothers, Elizabeth (Saga), and her niece, Emily (Nina Simone).
Charlie and Eddy are orphans from an abusive home, with their mother as a slave and their father as a white plantation owner.
They are raised to believe that they will be raised by the white man who will provide for them and give them all they need in life.
Their lives are marked by hardship and frustration, but they also find happiness, joy, and love in the world.
As for the movie’s biggest moment, Hanks revealed that he and his team were thrilled to be nominated for the Best Picture award for their film.
The film was inspired by the real-life story of the parents of two of the four children in the film, the Oscar winners, who were also orphans themselves.
In the film’s climax, Charlie and Edd are taken from their father and brought to live with a black family in the South.
The African American family is very poor and has a history of mistreatment.
Eddy’s grandfather is also killed during a slave revolt, and Charlie and his siblings were taken by the whites to live among them.
Charlie and his family live with their new white parents and live in a house filled with white family possessions.
They work and go to school, but Charlie is forced to share a room with his older brother and a white girl who are all of 16 or 17 years old.
The black girl’s mother and her brother were kidnapped during a riot at the plantation and are still missing.
Edd, meanwhile, is a successful businessman and is also a black man.
The story ends on a bittersweet note for Charlie, who is forced into a very difficult decision.
He makes the difficult decision to leave his family behind to marry his girlfriend, whom he has just met.
The decision is fraught with peril and danger for the young couple and for the entire black community in the Southern United States.
Hanks believes the story could have been different if it was not for the powerful support of his co-stars, which led him to make a difficult decision for the family.
The Oscar-winning director and the filmwright also talked about how the family of Eddy were a very powerful example of what the film could achieve if it had been made today.
Hanks was not only the first black director to win an Academy Award, but also one of only two to have won both a Best Picture and Best Director.
He also won Best Actor for the film as well as Best Actress for his role as Eddy.
Hets passion for the subject matter of his film was evident in his early interviews, which included a segment in which he admitted that he wanted to get into acting as soon as possible.
His desire for the career and the opportunity was clear, and he took his own advice from his family and friends to go to work.
His success at the Oscars is due in large part to his ability to inspire people to believe in themselves and the future of their community.
He has always been a role model for young people and he has become a household name through the films he has made and the performances he has given over the years.