Originally posted by @Chertsey-Saint
Is that the Bigelow film? Not seen it yet, but heard it’s good. Probably better than Fahrenheit 9/11.
I thought she was enough of a propagandist when making the Hurt Locker. She was one of the film makers that Frankie Boyle presumably refers to, when talking about how our war films are really about how _our _feelings were hurt, never mind all the people being killed by us.
Still haven’t seen Zero Dark Thirty, and don’t intend to. I am amazed that any director touched it, but am happy that it was Bigelow that ended up taking the gig.
No point in having two directors permanently off the artistic roll call.