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The White Ribbon: It takes a village

“I believe that children are our future Teach them well and let them lead the way..” ~ Whitney Houston Stop reading right now if you’d rather work out the underlying meanings of Michael Haneke’s WWI-era morality tale, The White Ribbon on your own. …ees eet safe? Safe to proceed for ...

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The White Ribbon

I’m by no means fluent in either French or German, but somehow the sense of this scene comes across to me with most of the meaning intact. Maybe it’s because she’s explaining death to a child, and the language is simplified to my level of comprehension. Or maybe the universal ...

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