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February 14, 2007



Andy - I've just posted on Blood Diamond today as well, Gave Fern's review a plug as well.
The film left me and my wife wanting to do something and as we're not planning to buy any diamonds we felt there was nothing to do. I was wrong - helping support charities that are working with child soldiers is something that can be done. I've suggested what we can do in my post!


I apologize for this being out of place. I wanted to let you know that there is a better link for Colin Gunton over at (instead of Wikipedia's).


Hey Andy, watched this on Sunday night. See my thoughts over on my site.


It's very interesting that Hollywood films set in Africa have switched from being photogenic/mysterious/adventure settings (Out of Africa, Snows of Kilimanjaro, Congo, Hatari, African Queen), to being ethical issues, like the films you mention.

One you could add to the list is The Interpreter.

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