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  1. I love the way you have now progressed at moving beyond just an artistic/scholarly assessment of a film noir to take on an overriding social or political concern today. And using anger as the common ground is quite telling and irrefutably accurate. I do like CAGED by the way and appreciate the capsule review lead-in, (and I saw a number of these ‘injustice’ films over the past months during the Fritz Lang Festival) but more importantly how anger should be motivating Americans to afford more than lip-service in the fiscal vows that have ravaged the US (and in turn the world) economy over the past decade and beyond. The evidence you compiled here speaks volumes, and I’m afraid the answer isn’t in voting this way or that way, but in revamping the entire system.

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