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Now that the showing of the film has been made so controversial, Linda Clement has a very strong incentive to reverse her ill-considered decision on educational grounds. It is completely backwards to say that the controversy made the showing less educational, when in fact the controversy has opened serious issues for debate: government censorship, freedom of speech, what counts as truly obscene in the legal sense, the educational and cultural value of potentially distasteful or offensive art, and so on. With their ill-considered actions, the university and the Maryland legislature have actually created a situation in which showing a pornographic film will enrich campus discourse about important issues. Remember: We're talking about adult college students, not eighth graders. As Greg wrote in The Huffington Post about this case, "With all the uproar, you would think these were children forced to watch the film, rather than adult college students engaged in perfectly legal behavior."
[N]o one had to watch the movie, and that it "should not be up to politicians to try to dictate to the citizens what movies they are going to see." He also pointed out that a student group had organized the film's showing.
They are, in the words of Los Angeles Times critic Kenneth Turan, "a certain kind of movie." Such films are "the movies that adults are hungering for, that are thoughtful and intelligent, that are about something but still are very entertaining," says Turan, author of the new book Never Coming to a Theater Near You. "They engage your mind and your emotions."
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