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Viggo Mortensen apologises for using the N-word during Green Book Q&A, Mahershala Ali responds

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Viggo Mortensen apologises for using the N-word during Green Book Q&A, Mahershala Ali responds'I have no right to even imagine the hurt that is caused by hearing that word in any context'
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Viggo Mortensen is at the premiere for 'Green Book' and why its the perfect movie for todays politics.

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