The film Life of Brian by the British comedy troupe Monty Python met a lot of criticism with its appearance because it is very disrespectful and questionable towards Christianity and the historical figure of Jesus of Nazareth. A scene of the 1971 film rounded upon some ideological positions in a satirically pointed, which were then represented only by sectarian factions.
A position that 35 years later, one might think it was a bad joke, has become the great ideological struggle of prevailing opinion, with which mankind will be forced to be downright happy. In the humorous repartee, John Cleese fails to appreciate in the conclusion, Sten's "desire" to be a wife and to have children.
The first discourse revolves around "rights", which actually or supposedly are supposedly entitled to or stubbornly insisted upon. John Cleese brings the bizarre discussion at the end on the level of reality. It's not about whether something is a "right" or not, but the reality. Monty Python could not have imagined in 1979, when the grotesque sketch was filmed, to what degree the struggle against reality would take a few decades later. [There were such people like this roaming around the halls of academe on your tax dollar then, too.]
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Text: Giuseppe Nardi
Video: Das Leben des Brian (Youtube)
Bild: Das Leben des Brian (Screenshot)
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