A documentary about the rise of anti-Semitism in the USA after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.A documentary about the rise of anti-Semitism in the USA after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.A documentary about the rise of anti-Semitism in the USA after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
- Self - President, National Association of Evangelicals
- (as Pastor Ted Haggard)
Go Do Good
This edgy doc hopefully will engage viewers in the politics and psychology of hate better then it's countless counterparts, no doubt due to Marc Levin's dedication to actual documentation rather then agenda pushing. While this Jewish director obviously believes in his cause, his unabashed objectivity in showing his detractors method's does not necessarily nullify some of their villainous claims. This makes for a more interesting, more accessible anti-violence work, rather then the strict anti-Semitic angle some will only be willing to see. The production and technical limitations are there, but this heated film should not have you worried about it's occasional visual setbacks. Despite it's scattered nature, what helps separate this discussion on hate, and so much more crucially-ignorance, from many countless other similar fare is the many less polished voices displaying the hungry undertones that haunt our less fortunate people spiritually caught up in the Isreali/Palistinian or America/Iraq debate. Levin is humble enough to hear the knowledge anyone has, not just "officials" mired in their own rhetoric. Instead we get the views of all different collective rhetoric's and it is only in that detached vantage point does one hopefully realize the futile and destructive nature of doing nothing more then misreading our own internal hatred for any miserable excuse of a life, and projecting it outward to the unknown in order to deny it's origin. Complete cycles of utterly mind blowing movements of human stupidity may be averted once simple psychological truths like the analysis of blind hatred can be understood by any average joe. All righteous filmmakers: may you continue to articulate these sentiments in these increasingly tense times.
- Jul 2, 2006
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