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Review: District 9

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Hosts Alexander and Thomas discuss Neill Blomkamp’s District 9 (2009): aliens as good guys oppressed by ruthless humans, the comparisons that can be drawn between the maltreatment of aliens and the maltreatment of refugees, and the other reasons they loved this film.

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October 12th 2015
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