Save and Burn, a Film Review


Steve Fesenmaier has written a Glowing Review of "Save and Burn", an 80-minute documentary by Julian Samuel, a Montreal-based filmmaker born in Pakistan. He says Samuel has again created a masterpiece about the contemporary library. "All librarians should see this film, and I am sure they will feel like I do that librarians must leave their beautiful houses of culture, and join the fight to protect them from the despots East and West who will eventually destroy them."


I like this quote from the review, "Apparently he believes, as I do, that if mankind had channeled its energy into the arts and sciences rather than war at the time of the world's greatest library, our world would now be a humanistic paradise rather than a toxic corporate American hell."

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