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Published on Feb 5, 2013
VOW Voices of Wisdom Host Brenda Simmons continues a Part II interview with George Silano who elaborates on his upfront and personal incredible interview in the living room of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., entitled "Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Personal Portrait" This film was first viewed, in awe, in the Hamptons at the Southampton Rogers Memorial Library at their annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast on January 21, 2013. This one-hour interview with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. conducted in King's Atlanta home in December 1965 by producer Arnold Michaelis. The footage was shot by North Haven-based cinematographer George Silano (the only living member of the original film crew) who reflects on this memorable time, sharing a meal at the dinner table with the King family and as well as sitting on King's porch having a casual conversation who Silano describes as an iconic but extremely humble man. George Silano moves us in the living room of Dr. King as he shares his sentiments on the Civil Rights Movement, and George gives us a more in depth reasons with Dr. King was so adamantly against the Vietnam War, and the challenging times that led to the death of Dr. King. Host Brenda Simmons asked George the questions everyone would ponders and want to know that after five decades where was this DVD/interview and why was this incredible film never seen?