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There are confessable agonies, sufferings of which one can positively be proud. Of bereavement, of parting, of the sense of sin and the fear of death the poets have eloquently spoken. They command the world’s sympathy. But there are also discreditable anguishes, no less excruciating than the others, but of which the sufferer dare not, cannot speak. The anguish of thwarted desire, for example.
I get most of my reviews through e-mail, and then I go and read it and go on message boards to check it out. I want to see what’s out there and to better estimate my position. I’m definitely happy that a lot of people are voting positively for Postal – especially the hundreds and hundreds who actually saw it. Still, there are a lot of people who didn’t see it who are giving me only one point out of 10 because they hate me, and it has nothing to do with the movie.
The government is already involved from an entertainment standpoint. I mean, they regulate a large part of our entertainment. What we’re trying to do as an industry is be proactive and drive it much more positively, much more effectively, than the government can, and that’s what the ESA is all about[….]We think we’re doing a pretty effective job, and certainly from an Nintendo perspective, we think the ESA is the way to go.
Gifford Pinchot points out that in colonial and pioneer days the forest was a foe and an obstacle to the settler. It had to be cleared away… But [now] as a nation we have not yet come to have a proper respect for the forest and to regard it as an indispensable part of our resources-one which is easily destroyed but difficult to replace; one which confers great benefits while it endures, but whose disappearance is accompanied by a train of evil consequences not readily foreseen and positively irreparable.
I became a little alarmed at the number of my readers who took the meme more positively as a theory of human culture in its own right – either to criticize it (unfairly, given my original modest intention) or to carry it far beyond the limits of what I then thought justified. This was why I may have seemed to backtrack.
You know that your toddler needed love and approval but he often seemed not to care whether he got it or not and never seemed to know how to earn it. Your pre-school child is positively asking you to tell him what does and does not earn approval, so he is ready to learn any social refinement of being human which you will teach him….He knows now that he wants your love and he has learned how to ask for it.
Many audiences all over the world will answer positively from their own experience that they have seen the face of the invisible through an experience on the stage that transcended their experience in life. They will maintain that Oedipus or Berenice or Hamlet or The Three Sisters performed with beauty and with love fires the spirit and gives them a reminder that daily drabness is not necessarily all.
Yeah, people seem to really relate to it and feel moved by it. It’s been the most positively received of all my movies so far. I don’t know why. I like it just as much as I like my others, but people think this one is the best or the most interesting. I’ll take it, though. I wouldn’t want them to be saying my films are getting worse.