Upcoming on "The Hunt with John Walsh" Season 4- 2017 Nov 19, 2017 21:16:57 GMT -5 via Tapatalk Scumhunter likes this
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Nov 19, 2017 21:16:57 GMT -5
-Mario Lozano profile was good and they did a good job of making you feel sympathy for Isaac and his family and that although Isaac was also a gang member he was more a victim of lifestyle and trying to defend his cousin than anything else.
One small thing I noticed that I think may be an interesting tidbit is that although Isaac's murder happened in Watsonville, California- the re-enactment seems to in my view have clearly been filmed in New York City. I clearly saw the same type of bus signs we have here in the city, and the trees looked like city trees and not California trees. Although I can't say what borough this was filmed in except probably not Manhattan.
-Donna Borup profile was really interesting despite only being 20 minutes- and I hope this doesn't come across wrong- but the graphics and the way they told story was really cool and artistically speaking probably the best narration of the season. Black and white still slow motion picture photography, it had an 80's feel with modern graphics. Excellently done. As John Walsh stated, what Borup's group was protesting was something to be upset about- apartheid in South Africa- but the way they went about it was completely wrong, and hopefully Officer Goodstein will one day have justice. (I assume he may have passed away by now since we only heard him and his wife's voice via snippets of a tape recorded interview- but he still deserves justice)
I really liked what they did with Borup’s episode and the detail they went into explaining Donna Borup’s case.
While she was protesting something that is very awful and grotesque, it still doesn’t give her the right to do what she did, Officer Goldstein had nothing to do with apartheid in South Africa.
While Borup May have been politically motivated and radicalized, those ideas were from the 1980s when that was a problem, protesting South Africa today really wouldn’t make sense as the problem is long gone, but Borup’s actions are and will always be morally unacceptable as she hurt Officer Goldstein.