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June 25, 2009 / beidson

Bare-Breasted Triviality: Piper On Movies and Television

Here’s a fascinating critique of cinema-savviness.  Piper raises some very interesting points.  A short blurb:

I have a high tolerance for violence, high tolerance for bad language, and zero tolerance for nudity.  There is a reason for these differences.  The violence is make-believe.  They don’t really mean those bad words.  But that lady is really naked, and I am really watching.  And somewhere she has a broken-hearted father.

Read the entire article here (“Why I Don’t Have a Television and Rarely Go to Movies”).

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