Hollywood and the Muslim World (2003 TV Movie)
This documentary explores how Muslims in the Middle East view the influence of American popular culture, particularly Hollywood movies, on their lives and their religion. Residents of Cairo, Egypt; Beirut, Lebanon; Doha, Qatar; and Erbl, Kurdistan, are interviewed. Many of them work at local or network television outlets; others are teenagers encountered in video stores. Most of the older interviewees see Hollywood movies as a corrupting influence and an attack on their religion. Younger residents speak openly of their love for American movies.- Written by David Glagovsky <email@example.com>
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