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Comments about the soundtrack for Brokeback Mountain (Gustavo Santaolalla)

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Re: Homosexuality AND its music are BOTH SINS!
• Posted by: Robert E.   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, March 12, 2006, at 10:08 a.m.
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• In Response to: Homosexuality AND its music are BOTH SINS! (Glenna Pritchard)

> If Gustavo Santaolalla wrote the music for this terrible film before even
> seeing it, then he is as guilty as anyone who has committed SODOMY, for he
> must have written his music to represent HOMOSEXUALITY while trying to
> actively imagine the FORBIDDEN ACT.

> Santaolalla will suffer the pits of ETERNAL FIRE for his misjudgement!

If you saw the movie, you would know that the sex scenes don't really show the sex, they certainly allude to it and that's what the director wanted, but do we really know if he's sodomizing him or are they just employing frottage?

Please bear in mind that in most movies you don't see the actual sex act (or the insertion) so whatever you are reacting to is IN YOUR MIND. It was YOUR fantasy. Directors absolutely do make strong cues to suggest sex with the camera, the lights, the music but in almost all movies with less than an X rating, what is actually happening is ultimately left to the VIEWERS IMAGINATION. Think about it a moment.

I know I am over-simplifying this but it's the way I *see* it.

Now, in MY FANTASY that I played in my head during Brokeback Mountain, they really are having sex, the whole sodomized enchilada without condoms, lube, or even spit as I recall...

Go tie yourself to a tree, douse yourself with kerosene, stand on your bible and light a match. If you don't burn then God loves you.

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