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Sally Field on ‘diving into’ love scene with Max Greenfield, her love of wine

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Two-time Oscar winner Sally Field tells Matt Lauer about her latest film, “Hello, My Name Is Doris,” in which she plays an eccentric woman in a romantic relationship with a much younger man, played by actor Max Greenfield. “She’s got a lot of borderline personality issues,” Field says of her character. Asked what makes her happiest these days, she replies, tongue in cheek: “Wine.”