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Peter Greenaway

Welsh film director.

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Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
6 months ago

That does not surprise me AT ALL. His movies are disturbing. So much has come clear to me about why that is the case with so much “entertainment” product.

Herman Munster
Herman Munster
6 months ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

Then why do you consume the product?

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
6 months ago
Reply to  Herman Munster

Says the person whose screenname is a pop culture icon and who quotes cult classic film A Christmas Story below. SMH.

thekwon
thekwon
6 months ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

🤣 🤣

Dutch_M
Dutch_M
6 months ago
Reply to  Herman Munster

This is a very good question. I do not know if you tried to be smart with Fleurdamour, because this i do not like or want to encourage.
But the question itself is a very important one and also very difficult to answer.

I can project this to myself and i know i consume entertainment which is bad for me. For instance i watched a action movie yesterday. In this movie (like 99% of them) alot of people got killed for all the wrong reasons, yet i shamfully say i enjoyed the movie more then i care to acknowledge.

Bottom line is that my spiritual growth is not as far as it needs to be.
There were periods in my life were i completly blocked TV and shows.

Even though we know certain things are bad to live “perfect” (as much as humanly possible) is the true meaning of life and the way to God’s kingdom. A never ending spiritual growth is needed. With help from God and very very hard work every day can make you better. We all have fallbacks which is normal.

How do they say? It is not about getting punched in the face and fall down, but about getting up every time you get knocked down and continue going on.

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
6 months ago
Reply to  Dutch_M

I think Herman was being a wag, but I appreciate your sincere and nuanced response. The irony of his takedown is I hardly watch “content” anymore, and then usuallly only to mark off boxes on the Illuminati checklist. It’s all pretty much ruined for me. Which is as it should be, Jesus wasn’t wrong that when we can see through the things of this world we can come to Him.

thekwon
thekwon
6 months ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

You seem to touch on it but I’d like to elaborate that there are some movies and tv shows that purposefully reveal luciferian elements and plans in order to maintain the pact. The pact being – that in order for their power to work they have to tell us exactly what they are doing and how it’s being done. When we do nothing about it they claim “karma” has been fulfilled because they said all along what’s going on and we didn’t listen. Part of the way they maintain the pact is through entertainment ‘programming’ and other ways are through politics and their ‘white papers’, ‘simulations’ and countless other ways.

Undoubtedly there are subliminal messages and other satanic hidden messaging within their shows that can potentially be impactful in people’s lives – if one watches it mindlessly without discernment. Those that choose to build the muscle of discernment and mindfully watch some of their ‘shows’ – things can be learned. Remember to pray before and through out asking YHWH what could be helpful to know. I always avoid gory things and even when a worthwhile show has bloody gore I close my eyes denying some images into the brain. And only watch things when really nudged to watch – for most people that isn’t very much watching of hollywood movies and shows. By seeing some things of this world we come to Him is what I took you to mean by this Fleurdamour.

There is a small but vocal group who believe people shouldn’t watch any thing ever on tv or movies. Do you (Herman Munster) really think a movie like Studio 666 gets made to make money?? It gets made to send messages and for programming opportunities on set during filming among other reasons. I have no problem with those that choose not to watch anything ever – by all means do that. I choose to, very selectively, watch certain shows for information gathering reasons primarily – so the predictable criticism ‘shouldn’t be watching anyway’ is old.

Herman Munster
Herman Munster
6 months ago

WATCH OUT! YOU’LL SHOOT YER EYE OUT!!!!!

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
6 months ago
Reply to  Herman Munster

Although I must admit you may be onto something regarding that line, which is repeated over and over. A subtle one eye reference in that film, maybe?

Rosey
Rosey
6 months ago

Never heard of him.