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The racist system's myriad injustices aren't illuminated in any particularly new or striking way, except that maybe Tim Robbins' police colonel Nic Vos finds the crueler aspects of his job distasteful and seems mainly motivated by a real concern that his wife and daughters are threatened by the nation's black majority and Communist insurgents.
And she may have: the aunt is even crueler than thought, her house holds many mysteries, and Kat's life seems filled with only darkness and no future, until she discovers a new friend, some sympathetic ears, and some new hopes for positive changes in her life.
Hollywood is much crueler, uglier and more calculating than you see in the film.
YOUR columnist David Banks, in his piece headed ``Eating a chicken dinner is crueler than fox hunting'' (September 21), has summed up just how I feel about the matter.
US forces have also handed over Al Qaeda suspects to foreign police, who subject them to even crueler tortures.
And then, when the church became a persecutor itself, the crueler it was the more obsessively it identified itself with its remembered martyrs, to soothe its conscience.
But her work is no crueler in its images and its striving for deep understanding than the whole of Estonian history has been.
Playing with ideas of history, class, and doubling, City Self Country Self comments on the pathology of exploitation and the crueler side of human nature.
Jack London's Wolf Larsen fears nothing above or beneath his decks, but it would be tough to find a crueler pair of shipboard despots.