Actor Christian Bale claimed that US President Donald Trump "can't be accused of" understanding the "power of silence," while presenting his latest film, 'Vice' at the 69th Berlinale International Film Festival in the German capital on Monday.

Adam McKay, who wrote, directed and produced 'Vice', appeared alongside Bale and commented that he doubted Trump would watch the film, saying "I can't imagine that he would watch a movie that's over two hours long, so I don't think that's going to happen."

Bale plays former US Vice President Dick Cheney in the biographical comedy-drama, which traces Cheney's rise to power from the beginnings of his career in the 1960s into the 2010s.


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