Movie Review: 'The Post' Is Educational, Entertaining And Timely

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Graham’s wealthy father bought The Post in the 1930s and passed it to her husband, Philip. After Philip’s death by suicide in 1963, Graham took over. At the time, as she tells her daughter in the film, she was busy raising children and giving parties. “I was never supposed to be in this job,” she says. “The Post,” in its early scenes, shows us a tentative Graham, studying hard to prepare for the Post’s first public offering of stock (watch how Streep so subtly conveys Graham’s discomfort at a meeting, where she doesn’t quite know where to put the binders and notebooks she’s meticulously brought) and trying to coolly ignore the condescension with which she’s often treated.

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