posted on Jul, 18 2009 @ 01:53 PM
reply to post by Pathos
It's not like the Interview team was waiting for them in a normal day of school without asking. I'm sure parents where involved and had to sign
agreements. You see, mothers like to send their kids to school very clean, I guess that for the "Interview" day they even try harder dont you
Even if that is not the case. There is no problem at all for a production company for any TV show or Harvard interview program, to bring makeup and
clean clothes for the kids to where on camera. That doesnt affect at all their statement. Maybe the perception of the viewer, but for what this
documentary is about, It really doesnt change a lot.
As a film student and with experience on a video production company, I know that half of the crew if not all the crew and producer is just there to do
their work. Good angles, good lighting, nice looking edited video. They don't care about the story or their client.
I'm not informed as other posters is ZIMBAWE's status on 1994, but from what I've already read, you are wrong and talking "like you know". Read
and inform yourself on what people are telling you. Being from a "Third World" country I understand what ignorance you are dealing with.
The Clothes issue is not a point for labeling this a HOAX.
You seem to have a point in "Manipulating" answers, but stating the clothes as your strong proof, and the "childish" defensive attacks make you
loose a lot of credibility.
Please EXCUSE my english. I'm not from the states, and my first language is spanish. Any problem understanding me, ask and I'll try again, if not,
i'm sure a fellow ats'r could help.