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Face of the Enemy (1989)

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As relevant today as when it was first released, Faces of the Enemy follows social psychologist Sam Keen as he unmasks how individuals and nations dehumanize their enemies to justify the ... See full summary »

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As relevant today as when it was first released, Faces of the Enemy follows social psychologist Sam Keen as he unmasks how individuals and nations dehumanize their enemies to justify the inhumanity of war. Using archival news footage, public service announcements, and editorial cartoons, Keen unveils the same frightening pattern in conflict after conflict , World War II, the Vietnam War, the Cold War, Islamic and Christian Fundamentalism - and prefigures the current War on Terrorism.

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An Amazing Low Budget Film!
21 February 2011 | by (Illinois, USA) – See all my reviews

A security guard (George DiCenzo) sees a woman that he immediately recognizes as the terrorist that imprisoned and tortured him ten years earlier when he was working as a U.S. agricultural agent in the Middle East. Still reliving the horrible torture, he flips out and kidnaps her, locking her in his basement with plans to deliver the same treatment that she gave him. But he can't bring himself to do those same acts of violence.

With virtually no budget to speak of, it is amazing that this movie turned out so good, but the powerful messages, expert direction, and strong cast make for a truly harrowing experience. George DiCenzo, usually a great character actor, really gets a to do a fine job in a lead performance. I was lucky enough to catch this film on a local TV station about ten years ago. With all sorts of things seeing the light of day, and with all the political unrest that has occurred regarding terrorism since then, I hope this movie sees a DVD release sometime soon. Zantara's score: 10 out of 10.


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