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Well now I have to see the movie! It sounds like something I'd like. It's nice to know there are still scripts being written that actually have a point.


Lisa...Peki from Misfits..I saw this movie about a month ago and was very impressed with the message that it conveyed. Some films should be required for high school level kids to watch, such as this one and Schindler's List come to mind. Anything and anyway we can get the message of tolerance out there, and show them a way not to repeat the mistakes of history.


That was a v. powerful movie. It was a bit like a PSA for racism at times, but it sure made me reexamine my thoughts and attitudes.


This has nothing to do with the subject but, Happy Thanksgiving! :)


I long for the day when I can see a good movie with just dh. This one sounds very interesting. I'll have to put it on my netflix list!

Anyway, here's the knitting blog if you are interested. It's kind of funny and there's a few free patterns. Can't beat that!

Have a nice weekend.


Well said, Lisa.
I've never seen that movie, but now I must!
I hope you enjoy your weekend.


OK, I don't know what just happened to the comment I was writing so I hope I'm not double posting. Sorry if I am.

Anyway, don't know how I missed this--maybe I was in Mississippi when the internet was down?

Glad to hear you enjoyed it as much as I did.

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