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"However, his profiling of people with disabilities takes away from the perfection of this film. It certainly is shocking that a Jewish man doesn't have the sensitivity to not profile other minorities. A line from Beautiful Girls, "It's like a 'mental patient' who doesn't know that he's 'mental.'" Profiling of individuals as "mental" or "mental patient" is demeaning and is a form of hate language. Scott Rosenburg could have eliminated this line and had a beautiful movie; instead, it is a turn--off---a crass jab at those least able to defend themselves---folks with disabilities." 18.104.22.168 22-Nov 2007
Should this be erased? Personally I think it's silly and fun. On the other hand, It's poor film criticism. Also it's not entirely factual; Jews definitely profile minorities and Beautiful Girls (film) falls short of beautiful in more ways than its use of the word mental. Less important, isn't this POV and not wiki-kosher? Anyone want to cyber? —Preceding unsigned comment added by Usernamism (talk • contribs) 03:41, 27 October 2007 (UTC)