Paul Sorvino's disappearing act

February 1996
Entertainment Weekly;2/2/96, Issue 312, p40
Features the preparation made by Paul Sorvino in doing the role of Henry Kissinger in the movie, `Nixon.' Use of cosmetics; Imitation of gestures, walk, and accent; Meeting with Kissinger while the film was being made.


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