Bedtime Stories From The Axis Of Evil Trailer (2011)
"Examine the lives of three families from the Axis of Evil as they lull their children to sleep."07 November 201128 mins
Through beautiful childlike dioramas and vivid bedtime stories, director Vibeke Bryld complicates George W. Bush’s simple-minded characterization of North Korea, Iran and Iraq. By illuminating the universal ritual of instilling a sense of morality, justice and beauty through story, these moments, illustrative of the love between parent and child, undercut the facile rhetoric of political agitation.
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