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Varese wrote:I concur; I apologise if I seemed more aggressive than I meant to be, but the lack of comprehension from our Swiss friend about why the synopsis might be offensive somewhat annoyed me!
KingSimeonSound wrote:To be honest, it is a Directors/Executives prerogative to never publicly admit wrong-doing during the process(Filming). As soon as you communicate on that level, your position as Director is under threat.
So, I hope that the result of this is a little PR lesson and a change to the wording... and an awareness of the implications of using such an angle, if indeed it was legit.
Honorable stuff all round!
KingSimeonSound wrote:I did like the story insight of Terry Lynn, she came over as confident and with enough to say, on a reality tip. I'm intrigued to know what narrative(s) are going to be worked out, since there seem a good few people/characters involved, or whether a more chronological structure will be employed.... for the time being it looks good.
Mark T wrote:It's always interesting that while (I'm assuming) white people get uptight about other white people speaking patois etc the Jamaicans seem to love it. As imitation is the sincerest form of flattery I would guess they love it when other people love their culture.
Rootsman wrote:Isn't this film just a re-run of the usual promote the white artists rather than the black ones? Naturally the answer back will be that we are featuring Luciano and the black girl too....
she lectures not only in very secure university surrondings but also at musicfestivals...1 bad granny
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