Sean Penn is helping out in Haiti in the country’s ongoing earthquake relief efforts, adding yet another member to a growing list of entertainment personalities who have emerged as heroes in the wake of the deadly 7.0 earthquake.
The two-time Academy Award winner told Fox's Geraldo Rivera that the Haitian landscape was "horror," and that the "military is doing the most extraordinary job." Watch the interview below.
The firecly-opinionated humanitarian held little back, as usual, complaining about game plan officials have enacted he feels are lopsided toward Haiti’s booming metropolis of Port Au Prince.
"The mission is so centered on Port Au Prince that some of the other areas, the epicenter areas, are being underserviced," he said. "It's just a complicated situation. But I think it has to be continually reported that Port Au Prince is not all of the issue. Port Au Prince still has major emergencies -- infections, communicable diseases, concern. People are dying by the thousands a day."