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Disgruntled Korean War veteran Walt Kowalski sets out to reform his neighbor, a Hmong teenager who tried to steal Kowalski's prized possession: a Gran Torino. Director: Clint Eastwood.
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The very idea that a severely disabled person might decide that their life is not worth living has driven various folks in the disability advocacy movement, as well as a few highly visible figures on the right-wing talk-show circuit and some in pro-life circles, into a frenzy.
Movie asks the 'Million Dollar' question
Conservative commentator Rush Limbaugh, who has struggled with addiction to painkillers without feeling the need to defend his moral lapse, could not contain himself from ranting about how bad "Million Dollar Baby" is. He bashed the movie as the product of left-wing, secular thinking. Rates of women who are opting for preventive mastectomies, such as Angeline Jolie, have increased by an estimated 50 percent in recent years, experts say. But many doctors are puzzled because the operation doesn't carry a percent guarantee, it's major surgery -- and women have other options, from a once-a-day pill to careful monitoring.
Michael Medved, another right winger who seems to think Hollywood exists only to find ever more sleazy ways to corrupt the morals of the American public, has seethed about the movie as well. And the Web sites and blogs of pro-life groups across the country are teeming with gripes that Hollywood dare promote a pro-euthanasia movie for so many Oscars.
No Hollywood conspiracy I rather doubt there is a conspiracy in Hollywood to promote euthanasia. Granted recent cinematic offerings involving Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner and Jennifer Lopez do make the idea of mercy killing attractive, but this would leave too many agents in Hollywood unemployed. But, seriously, can even Limbaugh expect you to buy the idea that Eastwood is part of some vast liberal conspiracy to get Americans down on disability and all hopped up about euthanasia?
Hilary Swank says that after winning 2 Oscars she was still offered 5% of her male costar's pay
Let's have some straight talk about the disability movement. It is not fair to lump together all forms of disabilities. Not all disabilities are the same. A person who is deaf or has lost a limb or must move about with a wheelchair is not equivalent to someone deciding whether or not to continue life-supporting medical treatment, someone who is paralyzed, incontinent, breathing on a ventilator and "eating" through a tube implanted in the stomach. Movie audiences can distinguish between these different levels of disability.
So could those in the disability movement please stop saying that wondering if you would want to live trapped in a bed forever, only capable of moving your eyeballs, makes you undervalue life with a disability? Nor is there only one right answer to severe disability. Christopher Reeve, who I know contemplated suicide many times, decided to live on despite his paralysis. Dealing with quality of life decisions about these devastating forms of disability in a thoughtful way — in a movie, book or theatrical presentation — is not selling any kind of value message about disability or, for that matter, promoting a particular ideological agenda.
It is using the medium to explore some very tough ethical questions. Eastwood had his daughter Morgan Colette appear in a brief role as a girl who waves to Swank's character at a gas station. Eastwood had confidence in Swank's acting background, but upon seeing Swank's small physique, he had concerns, "I just thought, 'Yeah, this gal would be great. If we can get her trained up. If we can get a little bit more bulk on her, to make her look like a fighter' She was like a feather. But what happened is, she had this great work ethic. Consequently, to prepare for her role, Swank underwent extensive training in the ring and weight room gaining 19 pounds of muscle, aided by professional trainer Grant L Roberts.
She trained for nearly five hours every day, winding up with a potentially life-threatening staphylococcus infection. She did not tell Eastwood about the infection because she thought it would be out of character for Maggie. Million Dollar Baby initially had a limited release , opening in eight theaters in December The film played in theaters for six and a half months. The film received critical acclaim. In early , the film sparked controversy when some disability rights activists protested the ending. Wesley J. Smith in The Weekly Standard also criticized the film for its ending and for missed opportunities; Smith said, "The movie could have ended with Maggie triumphing once again, perhaps having obtained an education and becoming a teacher; or, opening a business managing boxers; or perhaps, receiving a standing ovation as an inspirational speaker.
Eastwood responded to the criticism by saying the film was about the American dream. But that doesn't mean I think that's a proper thing to do". Roger Ebert stated that "a movie is not good or bad because of its content, but because of how it handles its content. Million Dollar Baby is classical in the clean, clear, strong lines of its story and characters, and had an enormous emotional impact". Some commentators [ who? It is translated in the film as "my darling, my blood", although an Irish Gaelic translation site states that it is always translated as "pulse", not as "blood".
Million Dollar Baby was listed on many critics' top ten lists.
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