I've always loved Oliver Stone as a filmmaker, and also he has a very acute vision and perspective of the world and politics. His movies might not be "objective" in the true sense of the word, simply because as an artist, he has his opinions and tries to convey them through his movies, but never at the expense of his own integrity and honesty. At least that's my opinion, and he should be respected for that. About working with Trump on Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps: "it was interesting to work with him for that day - as an actor. ...He's still an actor". Sums up the character rather well! He's not a Trump supporter, he's not a Hillary supporter, but he seems to be wanting to look at all the facts, the actual facts, before forming an opinion, which is quite commendable in this day and age... I've watched the Putin Interviews, it's a very interesting piece, the key is imo to have an open mind - always. I'm far from a Trump supporter myself I think I've made that clear quite a few times on this forum , but seeking the truth, by asking questions, by having conversations is how a democracy should work. Alternate facts and unfounded assumptions will get us nowhere. The other day he was on Colbert and although I do like Colbert most of the time, it was disappointing, and silly actually to see how he desperately wanted to turn the discussion into a "Putin is evil" kind of thing by expecting Stone to say "negative" things about Putin. Stone was here talking about his own experience during the making of his documentary, in a honest and serious way, and Colbert was all "say something negative please, pleeeeeze!!" and making fun of him. I thought it was almost childish actually, and certainly counter-productive - you could see that Olvier Stone probably thought similarly as well.