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    Subject: a study in hypocrisy
    Date: Jun 17, 2003
    Sender: DorotheaPrevious | Next

    Joshua's comments on this disturbing and important film are so right on, there isn't much more to say. Except what haunted me the most. Alternating with gruesome facts and images of a horrifying history, over and over again, I felt assaulted, seeing the bulky dark frame of his glasses, Kissinger's trade mark, and his impenetrable, sly smile...and I kept staring at it to no end, trying to figure out who might be behind it, feeling sick to my stomach, but it's no use, you just can't get behind the mask. Bob Dylan's words came to mind, "the executioner's face is always well hidden". Millions have lost their lives, and the one apparently responsible for it, is still at large, was even awarded the "Peace Prize". A bone chilling study in hypocrisy and the nature of evil. And the times we live in...

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    » a study in hypocrisy «   from Dorothea, Jun 17, 2003
  • Consequences   from Joe, Feb 24, 2008
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  • Consequences   from Joe, Feb 24, 2008