District 9: a longer view

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“True science fiction always asks: What does it mean to be human? And when a film creates a scenario like “District 9,” one that questions what it means to be human, themes of human dignity, empathy, altruism, society, and often theology and spirituality become apparent.”

 

Click here to access my longer review of District 9: Gritty, brilliant, violent posted on the NCReporter wesbite today.

2 Comments

  1. ‘District 9’ is my No.1.
    I only say:
    – Perfect.
    This brilliant screen adaptation of the best is another phenomenal. District 9 shows these people as worse than ‘shrimps’.
    In cinema it is impossible to be bored.
    A lot of humor shares some special effects are the perfect way to success.
    I really recommend this.

  2. Thought you might be interested in this: http://jkfowler.com/2009/08/19/district-9-racism-in-may-should-have-sent-it-in/


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