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Internationally Speaking (2005)
My Pick For Best Documentary 2005
A wonderful film that clearly and often times emotionally outlines the disturbing shift in the international view of US credibility and respectability. The interviews with Medea Benjamin, Noam Chomsky, James Zetlien, and Michael Ratner juxtaposed with the comments from around the world of average individuals changing perceptions of the US offers viewers a better understanding of the growing so-called 'anti-Americanism'. The Medea Benjamin interviews alone make this film a must-see for any person today of conscious or compassion. The American habit of stereotyping people of other nations as somehow inferior is shown for what it is in the face of the thoughts and words, the hopes and dreams of people of all nations. This is a great follow-up to Christine Rose's first film Liberty Bound.