Saturday, November 21, 2009
Warm and Fuzzy To The Right (Left) Mindset
It didn't sound like the sort of film I'd see since I'm not dating/married to a girl who would want to see it, but this review of the film Amreeka doesn't make it sound like it delivers warm and fuzzies to people of a certain mindset:
    The two arrive at the Illinois home of her sister Raghda (Hiam Abbass of "The Visitor") shortly after the start of the war in Iraq, as anti-Arab paranoia runs high.
Was anti-Arab paranoia peaking in 2003? I would have put whatever anti-Arab paranoia at its peak in 2001 or 2002. Also, I'd like to wonder who diagnosed suspicion of Middle Eastern people after an attack by Middle Eastern people on Americans as clinical paranoia.

A film reviewer, no doubt.

To say Noggle, one first must be able to say the "Nah."