. and so these issues are very present. and i have to credit the very,r very brave young women and men for taking this on, on college campuses. >> ifill: one of the things that also crossed myus mind whie i was watching this is whether you could have survived, whethe any of this set of events could have unfolded in our current age in a time of instantaneousan social media and twitter and instant judgment? >> i don't upon how any of-- how this would have polled today in this environment. but i can tell you a funny story, one of the things that i say to people is i have a collection of faxes that i got. , we wouldn't have faxes.e we didn't even have e-mail so much. western union, i think, fellnk under the crunch of the telegrams that were coming. it would be quite differentre today. but i don't-- i think that the issues are such that it wouldn't go away, it wouldn't be instantn i think it would be different, the forums for discussing itsi would be different, but the issue wouldn't disappear just because we live in an instant society. >> ifill: when-- at one pointpo in the film, the chara
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