Joe Paterno's statue is seen outside Beaver Stadium in State College, Pennsylvania, July 20, 2012. Reuters/Pat Little
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Moral confusion reigns at the heart of HBO film "Paterno," as viewers get a family living room view of the famed Penn State football coach trying to deal with the fallout as a former long-time assistant coach becomes embroiled in a child sex scandal that rocks education and an insular college town."Paterno" sets forth the questions.Levinson and screenwriter Debora Cahn save their great conundrums for Paterno, college football's coach with the most all-time wins, who in the span of a few autumn weeks in 2011 went from celebrated to fired.Paterno died from lung cancer in January 2012 at age 85 .
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