I think that Saunders is also walking a narrow line -- we all must be careful not to put ourselves in a place where there is any hint of racism. D'Souza clearly was walking that same thin line. (I try to, as well). This limits what he can say and do. Also, this is a movie. Time is limited, and it is difficult to translate concepts such as "anti-colonialism" visually. Ms. Saunders should read the book as well. Finally, it is always problematic when anybody tries to get "inside someone else's head" as D'Souza does. I would like to add, however, that the MSM had no problem when many pundits "psycho-analyzed" "W" and found him to be a dimwit, trigger-happy, cowboy.