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August 2005

Go to this page to find out Viggo Mortensen TV movie listing:

http://www.tv-now.com/stars/viggo.html

You can also check when he will be on TV promoting his movies--A History of Violence opens on September 30, 2005.

Viggo Mortensen Hard Copy Book is now in stock!

Thank you to this web page for production pictures below: http://www.allmoviephoto.com/photo/2005_A_History_of_Violence_photo.html 

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Visit the official site, http://www.historyofviolence.com/, click on “question and answer” and you will be taken to a page where you can post a question.  The page says the following:

“Submit a question about A History of Violence to Director David Cronenberg by filling out form below.  Responses to selected questions will be posted here in the coming weeks.”  --Dated July 24, 2005

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THE LAST FRONTIER

Many states in the United States have attached a state motto to their name.  For example, Alaska is called the “Last Frontier.”  Many battles have been fought in the many “frontiers” we were taught about in our textbooks.  What the textbooks don’t teach, we imagine in our movies—consider Star Trek and Star Wars.

AlaskaWhat two symbols show a modern battle in our “Last Frontier?”  The Alaska oil pipeline and the Portage Glacier.  We all know about the former, but what about the latter?  The Portage Glacier, located between Anchorage and Seward, is remembered by residents of over a decade ago who can still visualize the glacier rising high above the lake where visitors can view it from the visitor’s center.  In 2005, the glacier has receded into the mountains and is no longer on the lake to be easily viewed by visitors.  You must make a long, nature trek that starts out smooth and later asks you to climb some rocks and finally you arrive at a riverbed where you can walk up the bank up to the receding hill of snow and ice.  From here, you can see the beautiful blue glacier high up on a mountain slope.

Because there may be skeptics who won’t recognize the Portage Glacier’s evidence, where else can proof be found?  Alaska residents claim that the summers of decades ago were much colder than the summer of 2005.  That is, every summer is getting warmer.  Does this mean Alaska rivers will have the same fate?  Will this generation be the last to see the salmon run at Ship Creek in downtown Anchorage?  On July 10th salmon fishing opens, for how much longer?  

Will there be a last-minute scramble, decades from now, to move to our “Last Frontier?” where the climate will be much more bearable?  The salmon are gone, the Steller Sea Lions, seals and whales are gone, the glaciers are out of sight.

Does this mean, everyone, it's time to invest in companies that make solar panels and air conditioners!  It's time to buy properties in higher elevations!  It's time to start the inevitable boom in Nepal!  For how much longer?

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