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Justin Bieber: Never Say Never

Below is a conversation between my girlfriend and I after watching Justin Bieber: Never Say Never last night. The viewing started as a joke. I said I wanted to watch the Bieber doc and my girlfriend just ordered it, saying you shouldn’t joke about what you want. It’s bizarre but I really enjoyed it; it was like peeking into the life of a premature, white, Canadian Michael Jackson. Here is the conversation.
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I found a link to this film through the blog Kick to Kill (which is an excellent piece of online periodical). Since the blog’s author only put up the first eight minutes I believed it was a short film when it’s actually a feature length documentary. I wasn’t sure what I was getting into but found myself immersed in this completely messed up documentary about homeless teenagers in Seattle, Washington. If there’s a film demonstrating America’s class divide and un-Christian stance it’s Streetwise.
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