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March 18, 2013

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This well argued post should be read by everybody with an interest in movies, war, truth, and women.

This is a very good post, and though I have yet to see the movie (but have wanted to but avoided it for the same reasons you did)---really appreciated your unique take on the film and the inevitable "thing" a film becomes once it is released. SO many more elements in play other than camera angles.

Thank you Cheryl and Amy. Amy, there's so much to the movie.I hope you do see it and let us know what you think. I want to see it again because I think I missed a lot of the subtleties. Stacey

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