“People are crazy, but not crazy at this point,” so says one of the film’s protagonists, but if I think of the follies of ISIS… I am afraid there is no limit to nothing, not even to the serious risk of nuclear war.
Just a false or incorrect communication sent in a fax, e-mail, a call and someone presses the fateful red button and … goodbye humanity.
Consider disturbing: this film does reflect a lot about the stupidity of human life marked by money, misery, poverty and madness without limits.
Watching this film, I felt a deep sadness for Mariane Pearl: I understand his suffering, when he learned that the man she loved, and who had married had died beheaded.
I tried a blade to the heart at the thought that it could happen the same thing: losing the man to whom you want to stay close for life. I not sopperterei, ever.
I think it’s hard to imagine an intelligent world as long as poverty, misery and despair created by capitalism will continue to create monsters in human beings who slaughter innocents in barbaric manner, without any remorse.