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  1. I think a notice at the beginning of the film is appropriate. An informed viewer will already know the historical context but it's important to formally admit racism. There are still people who do not admit racism or downplay it. Many of them complain about Gone With Wind "getting banned" on these grounds and not because they appreciate the film (most likely they have never seen it and do not care much for it). I personally believe that Gone With Wind can still been shown and appreciated because at its core is a romance set in a real historical period. There are however films that are racist at their core and should probably disappear in an archive. An example I can think of is Blake Edward's The Party.
  2. I'm really surprised by this, I too thought she was intelligent and progressive. And it seems this isn't a faux-pas or miscalculation, she's deliberately anti-trans.
  3. Radio would not have played God Control. It's a statement song, not a potential hit single.
  4. Madame X is #67 in Mojo's year end list. https://www.albumoftheyear.org/list/1270-mojos-75-best-albums-of-2019/
  5. I love I Rise and I'm very satisfied with the remixes. I wish there was a proper video for it.
  6. I'm in love with the Rising Sun Remix. Such a carefree summer vibe. It also uses the spoken part from the video and now I'm missing it from the album version. There is no other vocalist in history who delivers spoken parts as good as Madonna.
  7. I love that Madame X is still in the front page of metacritic, for a third week. The excellent user reviews are also very uplifting.
  8. I loved that she did American Life. For me it's an obvious choice because Madame X clearly shares the same mindset with that album. The EO lyrics possibly express a regret that she didn't insist on that path artistically. The original AL video was even playing at the background.
  9. Album falls to 14 on its second week. On the sales chart it's at number 9.
  10. I love her so much. The emotion she conveys on the close up typewriter scenes leaves me speechless. Nobody else could it.
  11. A very powerful statement. Not a glamorous, feel good about your self video. She is the one and only.
  12. Probably to maximize views and press coverage (both more potent in the weekdays).
  13. Killers Who Are Partying is a great song with great lyrics. Its lyrics fit perfectly with the world music idiom, unpretentious and without embellishments. I feel it's a future classic.
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