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 Don Cheadle - “The problems are very nuanced and complex and are things that we are in dire need of leadership from our government if we are going to see any change,”
 Don Cheadle - “The problems are very nuanced and complex... we are in dire need of leadership from our government if we are going to see any change,”
 Don Cheadle - “The problems are very nuanced and complex, ... We are in dire need of leadership from our government if we are going to see any change.”
 Don Cheadle - “The problems are very nuanced and complex. We are in dire need of leadership from our government if we are going to see any change.”
 Don Cheadle - “The problems are very nuanced and complex and are things that we are in dire need of leadership from our government if we are going to see any change.”
 Don Cheadle - “Hotel Rwanda”
 Don Cheadle - “It's great to be in a film that's able to have people really want to become socially conscious, to walk out of the theatre and want to do something.”
 Don Cheadle - “I've been doing this since I was 10 years old, inhabiting different people and playing different roles. Thirty years later, there's still the same sort of excitement I get from it. It's still fun to inhabit different characters and play different things, so it's all in that panoply of acting.”
 Don Cheadle - “I don't like movies that are trying to preach and trying to tell you how to feel.”
 Don Cheadle - “It's a film that doesn't end when the credits roll. It's a discussion that we've heard out in the world many, many times, and it's great that it's just started a dialogue about things that people, on the surface, seem not to want to talk about.”
 Don Cheadle - “It's shocking to see the kind of devastation that occurred there and to know it's still going on. I am working with Timberland -- a company I respect and whose pursuit of social justice I admire -- to inspire others to help bring a halt to these atrocities.”
 Don Cheadle - “It's shocking to see the kind of devastation that occurred there and to know it's still going on, ... I am working with Timberland -- a company I respect and whose pursuit of social justice I admire -- to inspire others to help bring a halt to these atrocities.”
 Don Cheadle - “What we are seeing are tsunamis of violence, ... and we will continue to see these unless people step up, unless people step forward and demand from their leadership, demand from the international community that this not stand.”
 Don Cheadle - “Just from him doing the things that he knew how to do, moment to moment -- it's not some mythic figure. It's just a common, everyday man. And I think that's what people are connecting to.”
 Don Cheadle - “They really need to come up with a clear definition - that's what this is all about.”
 Don Cheadle - “We cannot stand here in a free society, proclaiming that we care about human life, and do nothing in the face of this, in my opinion,”
 Don Cheadle - “We're always trailing, as far as the amount of roles that are written for us and the films that are being made that have black characters in them. I don't know if that's going to change.”
 Don Cheadle - “A lot of actors had reservations about the material and about Paul - not his personality or talent, but, with a first- time filmmaker, there was not a lot of margin for error. But I trusted his vision.”
 Don Cheadle - “Well I had said, 'Absolutely' before they said, 'We want you to play this guy' When I first met with Terry, he basically said, 'I would love for you to play this part. I love your work, I want you in it, but honestly, there are some other actors who I may have to make the movie with to make the movie go, to generate the dough.' He had been trying to make it for three to five years, something like that. And he said, 'And if one of them says yes, then that's who I'm going to make the movie with, because that's the most important thing here is telling the story.' I was in agreement. I said, 'I hope that it comes to me I will support you in any way to get this movie made, even if it means me not doing it, because it's an amazing story that too few people knew about' That's what I like about Terry. He's just a straight shooter. His passion for the piece was clear”