Posted on July 13, 2006
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25 responses to “Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt in movie on Daniel Pearl”

  1. Jakatna says:

    Watched the movie today. Very sad. I am grateful for my life. My heart goes out to the Perl Family.

  2. Voyageur says:

    I watched ‘A Might Heart’ yesterday & there is a pain in heart after ‘watching’ the depth of case.
    May Allah protect us. Aameen!

  3. Fish says:

    i’ am really impressed about the article about Daniel Pearl, but i really would like to meet the wife of daniel pearl and i curse the one who did this to the Pearl family. Those people who took Mr Pearls life away from him , they think only about themselves they have no damn feeling. My condolences to the whole Pearl family. I am very sorry for your loss. Whatever you do….think of Mr Daniel Pearl.

  4. so far im impressed by what ive read!

    i had decided against watching this movie for fear of the muslim-bashing after-taste i am left with so often nowadays.

    lets hope jolie delivers! shes really come far from ‘tomb raider’ hasnt she :P

    another movie that treats a delicate issue surprisingly carefully and honestly :: ‘Munich’. i had feared it to be a mourning video for israelis, but nice perspective.

    real respect to Terry and Nicole for being receptive and having an open mind. i hope we can all learn to be so. Honesty to self and others is the key.

    (like jesus said “the truth shall set you free” ;D )

  5. Nicole says:

    I just watched the film this weekend. I am an American from the midwest and I was left feeling for the country of Pakistan as well as Mariane and Danny and all of the people involved in trying to find him. An open and sincere diaologue, though not always easy to portray, was maintained I believe. I want to learn more.