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It can be a strange, and uncomfortable, time to be writing about film – just as Trump’s rhetoric and actions have born a pervasiveness that seems so universal; that no thought, pursuit, or corner of culture feels untouched by what has happened (and is happening) in America.

I had the opportunity to speak over the phone to Logan Lerman, the star of James Schamus’ beautifully rendered Philip Roth adaptation .

In fact during an interview promoting the film, which shows a more serious side of Logan, Brad showed how much he loved the California native by snuggling up to him and giving him a big hug.

Okay, so this doesn’t prove that Brad has a crush on Logan, but it’s too cute not to include. “And I like Logan Lerman a lot,” Debby told the publication while on the subject of Hollywood hotties.

An era that Lerman’s Marcus Messner, the brainy son of a Kosher butcher, finds himself uniquely unsuited for after he earns a scholarship to a mid-Western college.

So I’m not sure I’m going to watch it with everyone at Sundance. It depends on the material and the character that I’m playing, and what I was going through emotionally at the time, but some things are just hard to revisit when there is an audience around. I was trying to find something different and complex and challenging. But I have the same questions as Marcus has in his mind about life and religion. And that got me interested in pursuing working with actors that inspired me and making sure I got the chance to work with them and pick their brain, so I could develop my own method of of working and learn from my failures. I did not, it would have been nice to meet him, but I didn’t pursue it.Film is both universal, and entirely a product of its time, yet Indignation has the eerie feeling of a film that’s taken on new urgency after its initial conception, now that anti-Semitism is making its way into the very corridors of power.I breach the subject on a more general level with Lerman, asking him his thoughts on the changing nature of America’s Jewish experience.I think that kind of sums up where it’s at being a Jew right now.It doesn’t feel very good knowing that you have such a horrible person, a fascist pig like him.” Throughout our entire conversation, Lerman consistently expresses himself with this unmatchable passion; he speaks both with an emotional openness and an intellectual thoughtfulness, a commitment already so visible in his work.

So I’m not sure I’m going to watch it with everyone at Sundance. It depends on the material and the character that I’m playing, and what I was going through emotionally at the time, but some things are just hard to revisit when there is an audience around. I was trying to find something different and complex and challenging. But I have the same questions as Marcus has in his mind about life and religion. And that got me interested in pursuing working with actors that inspired me and making sure I got the chance to work with them and pick their brain, so I could develop my own method of of working and learn from my failures. I did not, it would have been nice to meet him, but I didn’t pursue it.

Film is both universal, and entirely a product of its time, yet Indignation has the eerie feeling of a film that’s taken on new urgency after its initial conception, now that anti-Semitism is making its way into the very corridors of power.

I breach the subject on a more general level with Lerman, asking him his thoughts on the changing nature of America’s Jewish experience.

I think that kind of sums up where it’s at being a Jew right now.

It doesn’t feel very good knowing that you have such a horrible person, a fascist pig like him.” Throughout our entire conversation, Lerman consistently expresses himself with this unmatchable passion; he speaks both with an emotional openness and an intellectual thoughtfulness, a commitment already so visible in his work.

It’s a meaty part for Lerman, who has been off screens since getting tank duty with Brad Pitt in “Fury.” The actor best known for his work in the “Percy Jackson” franchise, dove into books about the time period, read popular theorists from the day and even learned to butcher meat, all so he could bring Messner to life. I always wanted to be a filmmaker, and I felt that the best way to learn about film was to continue acting and drawing on the knowledge of the people I was collaborating with. A lot of my friends ended up in film school, so I got to have the best of both worlds.