Sunny Days in Heaven
Spiritual/Political/Philosophical Blog on the Nature of Truth and Falsehood and Heaven

Friday, February 25, 2005  

Natalie Portman hears the word, no, for the first time.

The actress, Natalie Portman, has a sweet, virginal beauty yet has been appearing in sexually charged movies since a young child.

Yet, In Jerusalem, someone, a rabbi, said, no, to her.

Dozens of ultra-Orthodox Jewish worshippers confronted Natalie Portman and her co-star, objecting to the couple kissing during the filming of a scene beside Jerusalem's Western Wall.

Wish that could happen here more often. Frankly, actors and actresses have become nothing more than whores lately. It makes one realize why previous ages condemned them as such, and severely restricted their activities.

It's no wonder that Hollywood is suffering from a lack of interest in its award shows like the Oscars when America is more aware of real heroes - our men and women in the armed services, our police and firemen in the aftermath of 9/11.

When the Real appears, the unreal shrinks in shame and nothingness. Natalie Portman is a new nothing. Shame on her parents and herself for what she does to make money.

posted by Mark Butterworth | 12:05 AM |