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This film fully took me by surprise. I was a bit taken aback by a commenter here who found it odd that the main hero had not been out in the "world". Until recently when the US government made it mandatory for citizens who carry a passport when visiting our neighbors Canada and Mexico, only 20% of Americans had passports. I.e, only 20% of Americans have a clue as to how hated we are in the world. But, I digress.For each trouble one can imagine, there are everytime two sides of the proverbial coin.The hero that Vanessa Redgrave plays is one who becomes aware that there are folks in the globe that work just as difficult as she had in her lifetime who have less. Far less. And this is a message that for Americans (I cannot speak for anyone else in the globe and do not presume to speak for all Americans) this is a hard concept. For here anyone born into any circumstance has the chance of making anything out of oneself with difficult work and dedication. It is difficult to conceive of countries where that is not a possibility.In a foreign country and in the midst of a fever, a girl examines her upbringing, her circumstances, and her shock that not everyone who works difficult attains prosperity. Her torment is merely what every and everyone of us could examine in our own lives, especially at a time when immigration is such an trouble in the US, a country born to welcome the downtrodden from another countries. When her fever ends, she longs for her soft cotton sheets and another comforts of her home and that with which she is familiar. Yet she is changed. For she is awakened.I think this movie is one that everyone could see. And actually that HBO has begun to air it, there is no excuse not to see it. It is not black and white. There are no clear slash villains or heroes. There are problems of entitlement but entitlement is an ongoing trouble to any thinking person. It is something boys take for granted that girls will never know. It is something whites takes for granted that folks of color will never know. Entitlement is often so subtle that it takes intense examination to truly understand what it is. And this is something "The Fever" undertakes. Everyone works hard. Why does it have pay offs for some and not for all? Don't disregard this movie as just other "liberal" film. Allow it seep into your soul and give it some true thought. For it is truly meal for thought. It is meal for the soul.The stage with Micheal Moore and the conversation about the delightful ice cream is a strong scene. It is one that can be applied everyday here in the US (obviously not as milk). One can test the milk to create ice cream to increase tourism to a country and thus prosper the country. Or, it can be used to feed all the kids (and thus prosper the country in a various manner). Metaphysically this film pits the idea of limitation vs the idea of limitlessness. Methaphorically speaking, is there really only enough milk for one or the other? Does this film perpetuate the illusion of the responsibility of fairness in the globe when not only is that idea subjective but obviously (if only noted of birth circumstances) to be a falsehood? Or does this film inspire us to strive to create the globe a better zone for all? Could one feel guilt when one realizes that ones difficult work does not justify ones comfort, when in reality all work difficult but are not all comfortable? And what steps could we take when that realization is made?See this movie, if for no another reason than . . . to think. It deserves your thought.What I thought of was that song, "he ain't heavy. He's my brother."
I categorically disagree with the comment left by the last person. I trust that individual missed the mission of the film entirely. This was an observation of first globe Capitalism through the eyes of someone who was exposed to the idea of Marxism. Through the eyes of Marxism, the statements made, (not only with regard to the reasons for poverty conditions in third globe countries, but the self-realizations of "place in the world" delivered by Vanessa Redgrave), are entirely accurate. The film acknowledges that some of the ideas of Marxism are impenetrable and even dead, if not antiquated. It does, however,take an artistic view of how, through that belief system, a girl who is totally immersed in Western commerce is given the occasion to look at how things are in this globe through other belief system. A belief system which, by the end of the movie, is given somewhat of a revival because of the truth about what Capitalism (and prior to that Imperialism) does to third globe countries. Terrible governmental structures are not the cause of third globe poverty, rather the effect of societies that have no importance to first globe governments. Vanessa Redgrave's performance is truly outstanding. The film is not to be missed, with which to either accept or disagree.
When I read a description of "The Fever" and saw that it stars Vanessa Redgrave and Michael Moore, I knew that I was in for something politically charged. But I didn't realize how politically charged. Redgrave plays an anonymous rich girl who takes a trip to an economically depressed country with no identified name or geographic zone (although it looks type of like they combined Latin America with Eastern Europe). Coming down with a fever there, she actually has to reassess how and why she lives a privileged life, and whether or not she even deserves it.I wholeheartedly suggest this movie, not least as a study of the class system dominating the world. Not only do they look at that, but also at the oft failed aim of revolutions (the leaders quickly become as corrupt as they thugs whom they overthrew). But it certainly sides with the pro-democracy movement over the oligarchy; after all, democracy is the worst form of government except all the others.Anyway, this is one that you have to see. It's no surprise that Wallace Shawn wrote this, given the nice work that he's done in the past. Also starring Angelina Jolie, and directed by Carlo Nero (Vanessa Redgrave's son whom she had with "Camelot" co-star Franco Nero).
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