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First They Ignored Us, Then They Called Us Names, Now We're The #2 Political Documentary Of All Time; My Response To My Movie 2016 Being Labeled "Racist"

RHSimard Wrote: Sep 12, 2012 6:51 AM
It used to be that when some kind of bash-fest turned up the Nazi card (save those cases where it is relevant), then you knew they'd hit bottom. The bottom card is still the same, but now we know which card is right before it: racism. You can bet that when that card turns up they're out of ammunition, and if they get frustrated enough, the Nazi card will turn up next. Either way, it's a concession of defeat.
SteveL2 Wrote: Sep 12, 2012 8:10 PM
When it comes to political documentaries, even being REALLY Nazi is secondary to a film's art.

I always regarded Reifenstahl's "Triumph of the Will" as a superb, brilliantly filmed documentary. The message, of course, of Nazi supremacy was just horrible. But the artistry of the film is separate from its message.

My new film, "2016 Obama's America," has been in theaters for a little over seven weeks and is no longer going unnoticed. Those who make their living reviewing films are coming out in droves on both sides of the opinion spectrum and those reviewers who find the film entertaining, educational and even inspiring are not only right but now once again in the minority. Ardent partisans who somehow missed their calling as spokespersons for liberal politicians and ended up as film reviewers instead, are wont to find any film that doesn't tow the liberal line to be lacking in content, intellectual...