Sometimes I like the Frazz comic because of its references to things that have meaning to me but are relatively obscure (like the trebuchet), and sometimes I like Frazz because it mentions things I know nothing about myself. The reference to David Mamet in today's strip inspired a Google search that led me to this Salon interview. Movies, television, and modern culture being an alien landscape to me, I have not seen any of Mamet's films, but the interview reveals—and conceals—a character so interesting I'm inclined to change that.
Posted by sursumcorda on Tuesday, May 17, 2005 at 8:59 am | Edit
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While Hannibal and Glengarry Glen Ross are great films, I believe you may better enjoy his 1997 political comedy Wag the Dog.

Posted by David July on Tuesday, May 31, 2005 at 6:23 pm
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