Susan Sarandon Refers to Pope Benedict as a “Nazi”



  From E! online

During an interview with fellow actor and filmmaker Bob Balaban in the Hamptons Saturday, per Newsday, the actress mentioned she had sent the pontiff a copy of Sister Helen Prejean’s Dead Men Walking, which inspired the 1995 film for which she won an Oscar.

“The last [pope],” she clarified, referring to Pope John Paul II. “Not this Nazi one we have now.”

After Balaban’s shocked response, Sarandon simply repeated the remark, drawing some laughs from their audience at the Bay Street Theater.

Read more at E! online

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