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Ox Bull 5 years ago

In Islam culture, people dont like the idea of attaching any physical attributes to Muhammed. Mostly becasue we dont want the religius figures turning into laughing stock, like the western society turned Jesus into comercial products. And again, thx to western monopoly we all see Jesus as a white, skinny man with long hair.

In the Islam philosopy, Quran is the center of religion. Leting people using the image of Muhammed can lead people to treat him like pagan gods. Carrying images of, statutes, toys, toast makers of Muhammed like the western society did to Jesus.

Even now, some people with their weak willpower are giving credits to Islamic saints more value than the actual God.

So we dont want image of Muhammed end up like Mother Marry.

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Graveyard Tramps

2 years ago via Movies on Facebook

whilst the film is actually quite good, with its clever script, believible characters and sound use of budget, it is seriously embaressing to watch.

it was clearly made in an era when female nudity was suddenly made possible and old stuffy attitudes towards a naked breast were thrown out of the window. in fact you can well imagine that the majority of the women in the movie would have felt quite liberated at being able to show off their bodies.

the problem is that they really take every opportunity to show you as much as they can without getting an X certificate and only being shown in certain cinemas frequented by smelly men. there are seemingly endless amounts of female flesh, often playing little or no part in the story and ultimately ditracting from the whole thing a lot.

it probably had lofty, edgy and forward thinking ideals when it was made. now it is quite juvernile and silly. smutty fun.

Tekon Kinkurīto

Tekon Kinkurīto

4 years ago via Movies on Facebook

this is one strange film. don't get me wrong, it was brilliant but really strange.

it was the most wonderful and exotic mix of animation techniques, making for an increadibly up-beat feast for the eyes. truely stunning. conversely the story was increadibly dark and sinister following two young boys who are petty criminals trying to become top dogs in the cities underworld through a campaign of terror and violence (and when i say violence there are some shockingly violent sequences).

the two halves seem utterly at odds with one another, but sit together with surprising ease (although you do have to keep reminding yourself not to concertrate on one in favour of the other.)

it didn't get a higher rating from me, because it became increasingly arty and indulgent. and the 'explination' squence lasted forever, even becoming quite tedious, and uttimately explained nothing.

worth watching, certainly. worth skipping the bits you find boring and rewatching the bts you liked, absolutely.

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