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Free films tonight and Wednesdays for Women's History Month

16. March 2006 • David Boyle
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Tonight at 7 p.m. in 218 Hutchins Hall at the UM Law School, WLSA (Women Law Students Association) will offer a free screening of “Osama”; and there will be screenings for the next two Wednesdays as well, “Whale Rider” on March 22 and “The Accused” on March 29.

  1. Speaking of film and Women’s History Month: see New York Post Page Six ,

    ”...The Women Against Domestic Violence group was already in a dither because Keanu Reeves told an interviewer he learned something filming a rape scene with Hilary Swank for “The Gift” – “that some of the ladies don’t mind it . . . Hah, that’s awful to say.” WADV’s Melissa Rimel told Playboy the remark made her “literally ill,” and added, “Why doesn’t someone educate that man? . . . women do not want that, nor do they like it.””

       —David Boyle (Keanu Reeves' pro-rapist remarks)    Apr. 1 '06 - 07:59AM    #