Wednesday, November 18, 2015

‘Made in France’: French thriller too close to real life

"The film “Made in France,” a thriller about a jihadist cell that launches a series of simultaneous attacks in Paris, saw its release postponed indefinitely in light of Friday's terrorist attacks across Paris.

The decision was taken by the film’s distributor, Pretty Pictures, who is still determined to release the film at a "later date".

Posters of the film, that had just been freshly plastered inside numerous Paris metro stations, sported a dramatic visual: a large Kalashnikov nestled against France’s most iconic symbol, the Eiffel Tower.

The film was originally scheduled to hit the big screen on November 18, and the producers wanted to make a striking impression with a powerful image. But in a cruel twist of life imitating art, Paris came under attack and within hours the posters were hastily removed by Media Transports, the advertising arm of the RATP.

Even more than the poster’s image, it’s the plot of Nicolas Boukhrief’s film that seems to echo the terror that France has just been subjected to. "Made in France" tells the story of an undercover journalist who infiltrates a jihadist cell in a Paris suburb which is preparing a series of highly sophisticated attacks in the heart of Paris."

Here's yet another example of something we see with these super high-profile media freak-out events.

Media Manipulation and Coordination: Why does the "News" always seem to get mixed in with Fiction?(updated)

15.) Media Foreshadowing. Televisions shows and movies with similar plot lines to the “event". Check.

Circumstantial Evidence of Fakery

Via: John Adams

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