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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Charles A. Ferguson
You can scrap the CNN documentary on Hillary Rodham Clinton: Nobody — absolutely nobody — would agree to speak on record about the former secretary of state and potential 2016 White House candidate, the film director said.
"Killing Them Softly" is a stylish and violent dark comedy about low-level gangsters and thugs, set squarely within the U.S. economic collapse of autumn 2008. In rather heavy-handed fashion, it suggests that the mob functions as a microcosm of American capitalism. Thankfully, Brad Pitt is there to keep it from going under.
"I discovered that nobody, and I mean nobody, was interested in helping me make this film," Mr. Ferguson wrote in The Huffington Post.
"For those of you have seen the movie, it's a pretty ballsy, out-there movie," said Ferguson, whose 2007 war-on-terror film "No End in Sight" also was nominated for the documentary Oscar. "It didn't make me too many friends in the investment community."