My own thoughts on The Help, shared by an unlikely critic

Somebody agrees with me about The Help!

“If you were to come to me and say that you were ambivalent because you felt the writing was not balanced… that you felt — like with Aibileen and Minny and Yule May and Constantine — that you didn’t feel there were a lot of colors to the character, that their humanity was not explored… that you saw just a blank, flat unrealistic stereotype… then I would go with you. I think that is a fair criticism.”

Guess who said that. 

Viola Davis… the star of the movie. See for yourself in this great interview.

(And here’s the link to my original comments about the film.)

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