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Movie Mecca

November 04, 2001

"Death to U.S., but Not Films" (Oct. 31), about the Arab love of movies, is so true. A relative who worked in the Middle East once described the enthusiasm of film patrons: They would stand on their folding chairs, cheering and egging on their ultimate hero, Clint Eastwood.

Suggestion: Quick, Hollywood, grind out a film outlining the personal stories of victims of the twin towers, without accusations, in an appealing, honest and touching way. It should be totally wholesome, as we Americans basically are, so that no bleeps need be required. Then send it to the Arab states.

Margaret David

Tujunga

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