Gun Violence Film Analysis

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Gun violence in the United States of America is a serious topic that has been causing many death for a long time and counting to do so. Some people blame government of not taking a significant reaction toward gun violence. Moreover, there are many organizations, socialists and politicians who take a stand against this madness and try to convince the federal government to prescribe a low that can control the gun business and make it difficult to obtain a weapon.
According to The Trace, “from 2005-2015, 301,797 were killed by gun violence” (Mascia). In addition, this year 2016, 36 Americans were killed on an average day by guns (Mascia). However, the previous statists will not be surprising, particularly there are approximately 300 million guns in the USA, which means
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He has produced and/or directed more than 50 TV movies and miniseries. The interview was a part of promoting campaign for the new coming documentary film that made by Robert “Making Killing” “Guns, Creed and NRA”. However, “Making killing” is a “free” film that displays five horrific stories of gun violence that took place in the United States of America. The interview was in TYT (The Young Turks interview) on the YouTube.
During the interview, Robert pointed out some important issues that relate and cause gun violence. For example, the easiness to access to arms that most fundamental reason that has been causing many death for a long time. Mr. Greenwald said in recounting of one the stories on the film “there is no waiting periods, buy a gun and an hour latter shot himself” (Greenwald). The reaction and the body language for Robert during the interview were telling how much these stories had a strong impact on him , therefore, he wished the message of film would spread as far as it could

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