Real Genius...Bush Torture...
Wednesday 14 July @ 14:50:51
Thanks for fine article on indie film
I’m writing to praise one of your staff writers, Anitra Budd. She recently reviewed my film “A Real Genius: The Scott Ervin Story” and she managed to sum up precisely what I was hoping a viewer would take from the film. She clearly and accurately noted crucial scenes and themes and looked past all my amateur mistakes that stemmed from lacking a budget.
After slaving away on this film for over a year, it is very refreshing to have someone validate your work by supporting what you’ve done. Her review and the support I’ve had from other local artists gives me hope that Minneapolis might have a future as a location for artists who choose the cinema to speak to the world at large.
Thanks for listening. Minneapolis is lucky to have the “Pulse” tracking what’s really happening in the Metro area.
Ruben Nusz Minneapolis
Where did torture devices come from?
If Bush administration officials still want to claim that torture is not an intricate part of our military, then where did the torture equipment come from? There are obvious torture tools in the photos. The evil-looking black hoods, the electrocution apparatus, the dog collars. Did these “rogue bad apples” bring their own torture equipment in their duffle bags to Iraq?
And who in Washington is responsible for those sadistic Ku Klux Klan-looking black pointy hoods – with drawstrings around the neck. What sick mind designed these things?
No “great” country has a warehouse full of those disgusting things.