Bill Z talks heroism, 1950s with stars of 'Indignation'

Based on a popular novel by Philip Roth, "Indignation" is taking its unique mesh of Judaism, sexual repression and America to the big screen.

- Based on a popular novel by Philip Roth, "Indignation" is taking its unique mesh of Judaism, sexual repression and America to the big screen.

Set in 1951, the film revolves around a working class Jewish boy who makes the journey to a small, conservative college in Ohio during the Korean War and meets someone very special in the process.

Good Day Chicago's Bill Zwecker sat down with Logan Lerman and Sarah Gadon, the stars of the upcoming film to talk about everyday heroics and fitting into a 1950s wardrobe. 

"Indignation" hits theaters in select cities starting Aug. 5.

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