Postal director Uwe Boll, angry at journalists for not paying attention to the fact that his film Postal is opening on very few screens as well as Boll’s suggested reason for this (i.e., political censorship), has written the following:
“You are all not getting that I’m the guy who made it against the big Hollywood system and you are all busy trying to destroy me and finish me up, and [from this] you’ve won what? The attention of the studios, Michael Bay…?? If you damage me you feel closer to Hollywood? What is your game plan?
“If you want [to see] only movies like Jumper, Speed Racer, What Happens in Vegas, then keep going and your dreams will be fullfilled. Postal makes some very important points, but you don’t wanna see that. That Bush used 9.11 to start a war against a country what had nothing to do with Bin Laden, etc., but none of this matters because you’re all busy thinking that Indiana Jones or Narnia are important movies.
“In reality real they are empty shells of an industry what wants to make money and what wants to keep you looking “escape movies” with nothing in it. in between they are putting some controversial movies to show that they can do also important movies, but ones that are not really critica. They only supporting the system and not showing the “big picture,” which Postal does. It nails the absurd situation with all the stupid religions, races and nations we are living [among].
Postal is not accepting bullshit politics. Postal has not the opinion that Bush made mistakes — it has the opinion that it is a scandal that Bush is not in jail. What’s happened in America over the last seven years is the biggest joke since Columbus stepped on that land.”