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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: yavin4   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, March 15, 2006, at 6:14 p.m.
• IP Address: orcon-116.aut.ac.nz
• 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!

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It amazes me people like you ('Glenna') who hold such views are still around today - I say good on the respondents who voiced their disdane at such nonsensical rantings but this person is too far gone to even comprehend love in all its forms, whether physical, emotional or spiritual.

As a gay man I feel the biggest compliment is to be represented as human AND THAT is what Brokeback has done, disseminated stereotypes and given us heart - a feature rarely utilised in the 'Hollywood formula'. Sure the media lauded it as a 'gay cowboy romance' but in the end this story is about unrequited love that many of us, maybe even you 'Glenna' have experienced sometimes in our lives. Being in love or having affection for someone but not able to share it or experience it with that person due to race, society, class, sex OR religion for that matter.

Brokeback shows we all hurt - even us "sodomites", we all can feel and we all long to be loved - but life doesn't always deal the cards we want.

Whether 'Glenna' ever really grasps this concept or not, I am, in my belief, relieved to know that she/he is a fast disappearing minority.

I'm not a religous man but when Hell's fury cometh it won't be us who's cooking.


Marc
Auckland, New Zealand




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