I recently saw this film here in Nuremberg, Germany, Europe.
about a woman called Mary Letarnou - I've never heard something
of her and this story before. The film is based on what happened to her:
She fell in love with a 13 year old boy (her pupil) get caught by the police
and is still until 2005 in prison.
Ok, what I think about it and the whole story:
It iust make me feeling sad to see people not being opened - ok people also just humans - and some ppl who played a part in this issue are not really opened.
Ok, I also understand in some ways why these laws have been introduced,
to protect children - but each cases different. That is why a judge has a great responsibility. But a judge is also just a human unfortunately... :( And this judge
gave her 7 years - ehj man, I think if you saw or know this story or if you have been in London it is really unbeleivable... I never heard of her story before and it is for me nothing extraordinary if two persons love each other - ok, maybe he was 13 years - my god - but young womans yre also marrying old mans, ok ,it could not be compared some would say, but what I want to say, after I have been in London ( http://internet-news.gmxhome.de/london - my london experience & images 02-2002 ), that would not be something extraordinary. That just prove me one more time: London is the really only place where people are really opened - and if not these are also just humans - but that is a little sad.
Something more to these: If I am opened man, I am really opened:
ok, I do not want to see naked people, cause my friendshios based on my friends
character :) But I tell you openly what I am thinking... If you can tell openly
what you are thinking in a way that does not hurt it is ok - but first more
IMPORTANT: tell openly what you think...
My thoughts during I see the story:
man, man, these people are "ill" these all people are ill, "No openedFile & thought-
But it is the same behaviour -if you look on other stories in america:
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it is extraordinary, no not extraordinary only sad... what people can do...
Second example: I heard long ago a woman put her dog in the Microwave
and later sued the company of her Microwave for not explaining that animals should not be put into it.
I do not why London is more opened - as I see - probably there are many people
on a small place - and that make me thinking still: if someone is different or whatelse someone do: he is just humans. and we have to share our thoughts to understand each other better. I wish I could share my feelings with you as well.
Hope you get glimpse of Londons wonderful atmosphere between people :)
you can have a look on my images.