supongo que no lo han revisado pq. acabo de terminar de verlo y he de decir que a veces cuesta mucho entender lo que dicen con ambas voces más el ruido de fondo23 julio 2015 (Editado)
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"That's not to say Persona Non Grata doesn't have its moments, particularly when Stone tracks down three members of the al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade, one of whom calmly, in English, lays out the terrifying logic behind their suicide-bombing campaigns. (Despite his perfectly intelligible command of English, he's still subtitled, as is almost everyone in the movie except Stone, including the Cheltenham-educated Netanyahu.) Sequestered in what looks like a gloomy basement and under the (possibly exaggerated) threat of physical harm, Stone is forced to abandon his overactive camera and actually listen, to a point of view that most American media outlets wouldn't dare broadcast. Even taking into account that it's a film about one of the world's more intractable conflicts, Persona Non Grata seems haphazard, fractured -- which, to state the exceedingly obvious, is probably Stone's point. It's just that in framing the difficulty of staging meaningful Palestinian-Israeli discussions with Stone's inability to get a sit-down with Arafat, Stone inadvertently makes another point, about American arrogance, and our inability to see things other than through our own lens -- or lenses."