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Telluride Film Fest: Danny Boyle says 'Steve Jobs' is a father-daughter story

Danny Boyle (facing camera), director of
Danny Boyle (facing camera), director of "Steve Jobs," charts with The Frame host John Horn.
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The director says his biopic is a father-daughter story that reflects on screenwriter Aaron Sorkin as well as Boyle. He says it's important to tell stories about men like Jobs who now have more power than governments and who are humanized by the women in their lives.


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