Is it fair to use movies for politics?

February 5, 2007 2:12am CST
Whats ur opinion is it fair to use movies for ur countries' political interests. Because many developed countries use movies and media to promote their opinion all our the world because they have big film industry and other smaller countries can't do it.
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@Maggiepie (7816)
• United States
10 Nov 12
[b]Absolutely not. 99% of all movies based on ANY real event or persons are far from accurate, including the infamous "Scopes monkey trial." The film made about that was 180 degrees out of line with reality. Film-makers just can't resist changing things to make them "better." If you want to get closer to truth, read. Best scenario, read actual transcript of the trial...just for instance. Maggiepie [/b] '
@arunr175 (1679)
• India
20 Aug 12
I don't find anything wrong in making movies for political interest ...
• United States
6 Feb 07
Movies should be the director's vision. If the director has political slant, you'll have a political film.Movies are a great way to send your message out to the world. Your political views can be debated.
@astroo13 (964)
• India
5 Feb 07
The movies movies are made for the audience of that particular country.If we don't agree with the message we can defeat it by not seeing the movie and make it a flop.The media and the movie industry are primarily targeting the audience in their region or country.You can never change it.It has been like that and it will be like that for ever.