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Lee

Prejudice will always be a part of society

Ricardo, Lisbon, Portugal

All I can say is that I'm not that much surprised. Why not? Easy, I guess. If you have just even a slight hintch of what may be the cowboys' world idiosincrasies, you can surely imagine the turmoil after everything that has been said and done, right or wrong, about (do I need type it?) «Brokeback Mountain». For me, this was predictable.
Annie Proulx lives in NY, doesn't she? Which proves, too, the guys who made the ad aren't that smart either...
I hope people in general, and gays in particular, would «read» the film better, instead of turning it into a kind of a flagg, which it isn't at all.
Why not focus instead on the fabulous character of Capote? Is this asking too much?

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