But Cassavetes wasn't done: "Who gives a s--- if people judge you? I'm not saying this is an absolute, but in a way, if you're not having kids, who gives a damn? Love...
I'm reading a bible-study book that goes into the biblical history of salvation as recorded by the human authors of those books. Without going into boring detail, I will point out one noteworthy pattern: From the time of Abraham, the history of the Hebrew people (variously the Hebrews, the Israelites, and the Jews (from the tribe of Judah) depending on what point in history you are looking at) is littered with the same basic cycle of belief and idolatry. At times the Hebrews were faithful to God, and at times they weren't. When they became unfaithful, they began adopting the practices of the pagan religions in the region - Egypt, Canaan, Babylon, Assyria, Greece, etc. ...
This week, writer-director Nick Cassavetes released his new movie, "Yellow," about a woman having an affair with her brother. "I have no experience with incest," says Cassavetes. "We started thinking about that. We had heard a few stories where brothers and sisters were completely, absolutely in love with one another. You know what? This whole movie is about judgment, and lack of it, and doing what you want."
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