Thursday, March 22, 2007

Death of a President

(originally published at Information Clearing House)

“Death of a President” is an extremely gripping film.

Its message is not an out and out “hate Bush” message. In fact, some of the story – and it is only a story – is told by people who are supposed to be “close to the president”. There are those who speak compassionately about Bush, as would be the case if this scenario ever happened. It is realistic in its presentation.

There are several real “surprises” at the end.

It’s chilling on more than one level.

To friendship,

“A censor is a man who knows more than he thinks you ought to.” - Granville Hicks

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