That’s what Charlie Richards of BeyondtheNews.com writes about 2005, quoting from Steven Spielberg, who blames those movies on–who else–President Bush:


“These movies are asking sensitive questions about racial intolerance and Middle East politics,” said Spielberg. “It’s been an amazing year, very much like 1968, ’69 and ’70, when you suddenly see all of these political movies coming out at the same time, out of the watershed of politics. Some of it is due to our own insecurity about the voices representing us in government right now. We feel like our government has set us adrift, and we’re trying to make our voices heard. We’re telling them to be worried about these things.”

Or as Richards writes, “Goodbye



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