Tuesday, September 11, 2007

HOW BAD OFF MUST YOU BE TO TAKE THIS PART?


There are moments in any industry, or life for that matter, that are defining. The Toronto film festival has had one of those, in my opinion. The film, "Nothing is Private" directed by "American Pie's" own Alan Ball has been screened at the festival. Amazingly many people have walked out of the film, which says a lot since many of the films shown at these things push the limit. But this movie is too much even for the film festival crowd. Here is a report from the wires:

"The movie — so odious that many people have simply walked out during the screenings — shows actor Aaron Eckhart having sex with a 13-year-old girl played by a now 19-year-old actress, Summer Bishil.
Eckhart, best known for roles in "Erin Brockovich" and "Thank You for Smoking" inexplicably agreed to this part. His character initially takes the girl’s virginity by fondling her, in a very graphic scene that leaves nothing to the imagination.

Later, he sodomizes her. In between, his pedophilia is played in such a way that the first and only thought is that we’re watching kiddie porn."

This is the next frontier to be conquered for the depraved culture activists. Now that homosexuality has been normalized the next taboo will be pedophilia. This should not shock us, but rather awake us to the progression that is occurring. If you do not believe that this is the next item to be checked off on this attack on our culture then you are whistling past the graveyard. All you need to do is look at the progress of the homosexual movement. Today people are walking out due to the graphic image of children having sex on the screen, tomorrow movies like that will be Academy Award nominees.

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pastor tom
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