Sean Penn and daughter Dylan got into a two-hour confrontation on the set of his new movie

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    In the last show with Stephen Colbert, on Thursday, the actress and model Dylan Penn, the daughter of Sean Penn and Robin Wright, described how it was like to work with her father in the new movie, flag day. Sean directed it and also the stars along Dylan, who apparently were not afraid to enter some battles in conjunction with the boss.
    "We had a specialization, I think it was a two-hour confrontation about a note I had," Dylan recalled. "About if you could use, or do not use, the mask".
    Colbert, who pointed out that it seems that the kind of argument has a father with his daughter when she is 12 years old, asked if they took the matter in a private environment or established everything in front of the crew. And Dylan said it was all very public.
    "Once it became clear that she was making the wrong decision, I just left and I sat down," added Sean. "And then the silence was from which the crew had to live for two hours, while the tens discovered it."
    The film marks the first time that Sean has worked with Dylan and also to her son, and Dylan's brother, Hopper Penn. And it sounds like it was not the last time they work together, especially because Dylan, who is also an aspirant director, wants the opportunity to lead her father one day.
    "I want to flip it," she said. "It's my turn."
    Dylan also revealed what they are her favorite actions that Sean has become her career over 40 years of making movies.
    "I think he is tied," she said. "I'm sam and milk are like, tied by me."
    And if she hoped that the role of Sean in rapid times at Ridgemont High would have made her list, you are not alone because Colbert was also waiting for that. But as Dylan said, she sees someone else when she looks at that movie.
    "I see my brother."
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