George Clooney on tackling stolen Nazi art in The Monuments Men

George Clooney spoke to the BBC's Will Gompertz in the conservation room of the National Gallery

During World War Two a small group of men managed to get behind enemy lines and retrieve artwork which had been stolen by the Nazis.

George Clooney was so inspired by the story that he decided to make a film about it.

He spoke to me in the conservation room at the National Gallery about writing, producing, directing and starring in The Monuments Men - and how he copes with bad reviews.

Here's my report.

Will Gompertz Article written by Will Gompertz Will Gompertz Arts editor

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