WATCH: Connie Britton: ‘We Don’t Have to Let Greed Drive Us in Our Humanity’
Connie Britton stars in Beatriz at Dinner alongside John Lithgow, Salma Hayek, and Amy Landecker. Britton grew up in the South and often works there for the shows she’s been on. So we couldn’t help but ask her at Vulture’s Spot at Sundance for her own unique perspective on a divided America in the wake of the election.
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