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Internationally Speaking
     

Internationally Speaking

Director: Christine Rose

Cast: Noam Chomsky, Medea Benjamin, Michael Ratner

 
Springboarding from the idea that individuals around the world deserve the right to publicly voice their thoughts about the United States of America and its foreign policy, Christine Rose's documentary Internationally Speaking listens to candid and heartfelt opinions from hundreds of global citizens on these matters. In so doing, Rose works toward promoting

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Springboarding from the idea that individuals around the world deserve the right to publicly voice their thoughts about the United States of America and its foreign policy, Christine Rose's documentary Internationally Speaking listens to candid and heartfelt opinions from hundreds of global citizens on these matters. In so doing, Rose works toward promoting understanding and empathy between cultures. She cuts through the commonly-espoused George W. Bush stock phrase that overseas residents resent American freedoms, instead suggesting that what they may hate and resent is, in fact, the nation's superior and intrusive attitude as "the leader of the free world." Rose's commentators include both lay men and women and renowned spokespeople such as Michael Ratner, James Zetlen and leftwing intellectual Noam Chomsky.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/11/2007
UPC:
0891514001313
Original Release:
2005
Source:
Cinema Epoch

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