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Although Gayle isn't a fan of war movies, she says Miracle at St. Anna moved her because it's about much more than violence. "It's so layered," Gayle says. "You tell the story of war, but you tell many beautiful different stories in the middle of the movie, and I think it's so important for people to understand."

The entire audience got to see a sneak preview of the movie, and one audience member tells Spike that he wants to thank him for making the film. "I was deeply moved by the movie," he says. "Afterward, I called my dad and all my male mentors and thanked them because I realized that where I come from, every man that ever came before me, I stand on his shoulders to this day."

"I was moved to tears, I thought it was so compelling, so profound—go see Miracle at St. Anna," Oprah says.

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FROM: Oprah Fridays: Spike Lee, Ali Wentworth, Mark Consuelos, Gayle King
Published on September 26, 2008

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