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With his cinema of misfits and monsters, the outlaw fantasist embraces the mainstream on his own terms, our harrowing times having caught up with him rather than the other way around.
But when evil men have easy access to rapid-fire lethal weapons—those invariably chosen by pathetic fantasists wanting to make their mark—the outcomes are predictable.
Millions of people think that Theresa May is a discredited mediocrity and that Jeremy Corbyn, Labour’s leader, is a dangerous fantasist.
Today, Louise Woodward is Louise Mensch, a show-woman and a fantasist of world-class ability.
In a series that is built on doubles, on multiple selves, on simulacra that take over, Lynch is also self-multiplying, splitting off the analyst from the fantasist, the thinker from the creator.
But in trying to understand her inscrutable father — Jewish Holocaust survivor and Leni Riefenstahl fanatic, man and woman, a sly fantasist whose tallest tales turn out to be true — Faludi transcends feminist debate.
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