boo boo wrote:
Also what George is complaining about is a completely different issue. He's complaining about how much of a Hollywood cliche it is, fine. I'm not saying it's ballsy to go after the Nazis, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't.
and i'm saying there is a point after which you have to move on and stop beating a dead horse. it's not good for anyone.
how long to you keep beating up on a person who has sincerely apologized for doing something bad to you? it takes guts and it takes generosity of spirit to be able to forgive. maybe it was necessary to make "saving private ryan" and "schindler's list". i don't know. i can't say where the cutoff is... i'm just saying i'd like to see this fetish for nazi demonization gradually dialed down. hanging on to this too long becomes almost as bad as the atrocity itself.
this has absolutely nothing to do with justice anymore.
You don't fucking get it. Spielberg made a film about a personal subject to him, is he supposed to be an objective reporter? I thought this was filmmaking, not goddamn journalism. That reminds me. John Cassavetes sucks.
Actually comparing this to
the holocaust makes you even more despicable to me, something I didn't even think was possible. Congratufuckinglations you creep.
Considering that antisemitism is worse now than ever, it's not even CLOSE to being the right time to let it go.
Unless every single Nazi apologized personally, there is no fucking reason to forgive them, even if they did, there is still no fucking reason to forgive them.