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The film was controversial even before its release and has remained so ever since; it has been called "the most controversial film ever made in the United States": 198 and "the most reprehensibly racist film in Hollywood history". Lincoln is portrayed positively, a friend of the South, atypical of a narrative that promotes the Lost Cause ideology. The film has been denounced for its racist depiction of African Americans. The film portrays them (many of whom are played by white actors in blackface) as unintelligent and sexually aggressive toward white women. The Ku Klux Klan (KKK) is portrayed as a heroic force, necessary to preserve American values, protect white women, and maintain white supremacy.
Almost any movie over 30 years old. The shaky camera is considered normal now I guess. Not much I can stand. I’ve seen 5 movies since Ice Station Zebra. I recommend Portrait in Black. These guys think they are Hitchcock. They are not Hitchcock.
My sister kind of looks like Michelle Pfeiffer. She's a bit older but she's always kept her weight down to around 100 pounds. I looked up her genealogy and MP is German/Dutch on her dad's side and German/Swiss Swedish on her mom's side. That's pretty much us. Dutch and Norwegian. So MP is 63. Lookin' pretty good still!