Having been heavily influenced by Kids producer Cary Woods, it’s no surprise actor Justin Bartha found his opportunity to take on a darker Kids-inspired film. Known for his lighthearted characters in films like The Hangover and National Treasure, Bartha takes a turn as a sleazy magazine owner in the film White Girl, which draws attention to white privilege. Today, he talks about characters that lack empathy and his production-minded approach to acting.
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