Edward Said: The Last Interview (2006)
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Two documentaries about the Palestinian writer and thinker Edward Said explore his life, his chronic alienation and his sympathy for the Palestinian cause.
Though physically weakened and near the end of his life, his discourse is sharp and incisive, creating a remarkably compelling self-portrait.
The most relevant aspect of Said's last interview is an untrammeled joy in the freedom of thought.
...the movie has been geared primarily towards viewers with a previously-established interest in Said's work...
Said makes a fascinating if rather severe interviewee. Not even his sunken, jaundiced look can detract from his charisma as his grey beard, immaculate coiffure, and forceful personality suggest the self-confident air of a movie star.
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