I know I misspelled what is supposed to read: “bastards”.
Well… Not me, actually. It’s Brad Pitt’s fault.
And, the title of this post is going to ignite some controversy – until people read on, shake their heads, and likely say:
“That Cork! There he goes again.”
However, let’s not get distracted by grammar. Lets roll with intent.
CANNES, France (AP) – Quentin Tarantino and Brad Pitt have spun some revisionist history on how World War II ended.
Their Cannes Film Festival premiere, “Inglourious Basterds”, presents an epic saga of a band of Jewish Allied soldiers led by Pitt who play a pivotal role in taking down the Third Reich.
The band’s exploits culminate in a bloodbath plot to take out top German leaders at the premiere of a Nazi propaganda film in Paris.
“Inglourious Basterds’‘ screened for reporters Wednesday morning, and afterward, Pitt apparently praised Tarantino’s “outrageous’‘ vision for the movie. Pitt is, by all accounts and rumors, still associated with Angelina Jolie. So, that kat knows and intimately understands outrageous.
In any event, the film gets its gala premiere at Cannes later next month.
Meanwhile, I learned something new through Brian Visaggio’s recent post A Culture of Shame weaving of the past and current events. My eldest daughter Haley Anne is endlessly fascinated with events in-and-amongst the Jewish Holocaust (primarily the “whys” and results).
So, I am thinking of ways to break apart much of what he has written and sharing it with her in bits and pieces via her Home School program.
Its our call to action to learn from everything.
The worst mistakes we make are the ones we repeat.
Let’s be part of the solution, and not the problem.
Ultimately, it’s how we finish – right?
Peace be to my Brothers and Sisters (particularly to my Jewish Amigos this day).
Brian Patrick Cork