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Comparison - Bowling for Columbine and Faces of the Enemy

Summary: Compares the film Bowling for Columbine, directed by Michael Moore, to Faces Of The Enemy, directed by Sam Keen. Considers one how both films depict the enemy as death, and also how both characterize the enemy as being created by paranoia.
Bowling for Columbine by Michael Moore, and Faces of the Enemy by Sam Keen, both quite interesting essays and also rather similar in some aspects. The movie "Bowling for Columbine" is about gun violence in the U.S.A. and how the media affects people. The essay "Faces of the Enemy" is about the different kinds of enemies that the world has today. Although together overall they still are similar in two major aspects, one how both have the enemy as death, and two how both have the enemy as created by paranoia.

So how are they similar in these aspects I will tell you. Both have the enemy as the enemy of death, In the documentary movie "Bowling for Columbine" it is shown threw the shooting at Columbine High School. Where two students went in with machine guns and took over the school killing everyone they felt...

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