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The famously fast-talking Sorkin turns almost somber as he discusses the harm his movie could do to the 26-year-old tech tycoon's reputation. "I'll be honest with you, there were times when I had misgivings, when I felt like, he's just too young, and a movie fires such a loud cannon shot, that maybe I shouldn't do this," says Sorkin. Then, sounding surer, he adds, "It's not my job to help his image. I'm not his press rep or his rabbi. But in the end, I didn't feel like I was damaging him. I felt like I was painting a painting of him, as opposed to taking a picture of him."