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Un flic dans la mafia

For those with soft stomachs, be forewarned that the violence on display is unflinching. It isnt exploitative but un flic dans la mafia the importance of what make people who they un flic dans la mafia isnt what happens to them but how they react to what happens. The original title of the film seems more appropriate in certain ways as this film does seem to have a feminist bent to it and shows how women are abused by men and the double standard when they show similar behavior patterns. A nice subtle moment in the film is when Lisbeth is walking down the subway and accidentally bump into a bunch of men. They are pissed that someone, no matter how innocent and unintentional, would dare touch them that they punch Lisbeth in the face, throw her against the wall and pour beer all over her body, then when Lisbeth is defending herself by taking a shard of glass from the remains of the bottle that the men smashed her with, one member of the gang says, lets get out of here, this cut is crazy, thereby showing how she is called the crazy one and the gang who attacked her views themselves as the victim. Stieg Larssons The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is well worth your time. Smart, sophisticated, superbly acted with well-drawn characters, and so entertaining you forget that you are in the theater watching a movie and feel as if you are inside the screen caught up in all the excitement. The Girl with un flic dans la mafia Dragon Tattoo is the first in what I hope will be an excellent trilogy. I eagerly wait for the next installment as the series if off to a great start. When I was in high school there was a teacher who spoke to our grade. The teacher told us a story he said was true. One night, a couple of friends got into one of their fathers car and started calling their best friends on the phone. They said that they borrowed one of their fathers car and decided to commit suicide by crashing into a tree and that they wanted to let their friends know about this but to not have them call the police to try to stop the suicide. The friends listened to their request and the two boys ended up dying because of it. The point of the story was to ask what being a true friend is about. Is being a true friend being a yes-man and letting their friends do whatever they want? Or is a true friend someone who does whats best for their friends even if it goes against the friends request and will anger the friends? What should the friends have done? Should they have just followed their friends request or should they call the police? And if your friend is so miserable that death seems like a release should the friend do his best to convince the person otherwise or make sure he wont be able to kill himself and end up leading a long, miserable life? There are many different opinions and the answers arent always so clear. Love can be selfish. Is having a parent say yes to all of his childrens wishes so they end up becoming selfish, lazy parasites who feel the world was only meant for them a good idea? I would say not? But how about parents who disown their children if their children dont end up the way their parents want them to; parents who kick their children out of the house if their children end up having a different religion, sexual orientation, or career as them. Such behavior is also an example of destructive and selfish love. Is true love saying, yes, dear, even if it hurts the dear? Or is true love making sure the person they love has the best life possible? These questions seem to be addressed in the latest Twilight movie, Eclipse. These questions arent explored as deeply as possible, but that a mainstream blockbuster whose primary audience is adolescent girls to even explore these issues is something worth giving props to. Especially considering how superficial the last two Twilight movies are. Eclipse is easily the best movie in Stephanie Meyers Twilight Saga thus far. Although considering the quality of the first two Twilight movies, saying Eclipse is the best Twilight movie is like saying to someone, you look goodfor your age. The first Twilight movie was insufferable.

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