"Rome's 'Duce' to freeze out US film stars... the new mayor... has launched a campaign to promote Italian films
at the expense of those featuring Hollywood stars such as Nicole Kidman
and Leonardo Di Caprio, who are to be blacklisted”.
The far-left London Sunday Times has labeled Rome's new mayor “a former fascist”. Some researchers have actually timed how long it takes a leftist to label anyone they disagree with as a Nazi. A whole metric has been developed.
The Times didn't specify whether they also thought Daffy Duck was Hitler's new identity.
The center-right newspaper Corriere Della Sera thinks it's funny. So do I. I find myself liking Gianni Alemanno.
Oh -- and she also questions the 1969 moon landing.
Clearly, being a logical thinker is not a prerequisite to achieving the highest levels of peer recognition in Hollywood.
This is a good iillustration of the potential hazards of listening to experts on subjects outside their areas of expertise.
If you want good advice on how to become an award-winning actor, ask Ms. Cotillard. But if you want good advice on the worldside Islamic jihad or the space program, she clearly is not your go-to gal. For that you're going to need someone who actually has a clue.