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    Subject: I have never been so overpowered and debilitated
    Date: Apr 10, 2002
    Sender: Genevieve SherrowPrevious

    Last night, 4-8-02, I saw a screening of Jung at the Philadelphia Festival of World Cinema. Never before have I been so paralyzed and debilitated by a film, this film had such a tremendous impact on me emotionally, mentally and physically. I think this film needs to be shown at high schools, universities, religious organizations, every government agency in this country!

    I was pleased that the filmmakers did not portray the humanitarian assistance workers as heroes, intervening and saving the country from its turmoil(this was the thrust of many reviews that I've read) while their efforts and assistance were noble and monumental they were dwarfed by the unrelenting, all consuming chaos.

    This film I will never forget.

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    Comment index:

  • [no subject]   from majel., Jan 26, 2002
  • Jung: Wat in the Land of the Mujaheddin   from David Hammerbeck, Feb 8, 2002
  • » I have never been so overpowered and debilitated «   from Genevieve Sherrow, Apr 10, 2002
  • [no subject]   from majel., Jan 26, 2002
  • Jung: Wat in the Land of the Mujaheddin   from David Hammerbeck, Feb 8, 2002
  • » I have never been so overpowered and debilitated «   from Genevieve Sherrow, Apr 10, 2002