@voyou Caroline Polachek sounding substantially more Welsh than I was anticipating: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qYSfaNJVic 19 Oct 19 Reply Retweet Favorite

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The Homeland Security officer chasing Harold and Kumar attempts to force a confession from a Black "suspect" by forcing him to watch a can of grape soda being wasted.

According to IMDB, Amnesty International was “highly critical” of Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay; aside from being an amusing example of taking a film too literally, it’s an illustration of the way a certain sort of liberalism requires authoritarianism to define itself against. This is particularly a problem if you’re criticizing Harold and Kumar, as the film spends so much of its time exposing this idea of absolute authority as a fantasy, one held by liberals of the right wing (the neoconservatives) and the left wing (Amnesty). Who would have thought someone would make a film of Derrida’s Rogues in the form of a stoner comedy? Read more↴