â€œGermanâ€ film director Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck may think he has a few Hollywood insider puke types fooled with his highly-acclaimed and Oscar-nominated GDR-Stasi-East-Berlin flick â€œLives of Othersâ€, but this shady sleeper is going to have to get up a little earlier in the morning before he can pull the wool over this shady sleeperâ€™s eyes.
Thatâ€™s right. Mr. big shot up-and-coming bozo writer-director here is obviously still working for the Stasi himself. And donâ€™t come at me with any of this â€œbut the Stasi doesnâ€™t exist anymoreâ€ crap. That just makes it all the more sinister and EVIL, donâ€™t you see? You fools. And how do I know? Iâ€™ll tell you how I know: I listened to this NPR interview with him yesterday. No â€œGermanâ€ speaks English that well. Like no frigginâ€™ way. Listen for yourself if you donâ€™t believe me. I suspect heâ€™s actually a Lithuanian.
And the fact that von Donnersmarck must have only been about twelve years old when hired and trained by these despicable corrupters of youth only shows us how far-reaching the pernicious and even apocalyptic the plans made by these now defunct secret police typesÂ really were/are. Imagine these guysÂ taking an Oscar home? If they had one anymore, I mean. Talk about a coup. If this film takes home the best foreign-language Oscar, Iâ€™d say the rest of us can pretty much kiss whatâ€™s left of Western Civilization goodbye.
Donâ€™t be fooled. And donâ€™t watch this film! Wait until it comes out on DVD. You fools. Itâ€™s much cheaper that way.
Und nicht so laut hier im Kino. Da wird alles mitgeschnitten.
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