Louis Giovino, director of communications for the Catholic League, was at the first New York showing today of Pedro Almodovar’s film, “Bad Education.”  He gave Catholic League president William Donohue a report on the movie.  Donohue, in turn, wrote the following release:

“Giovino is looking for a raise after witnessing this depravity.  What tweaked our interest was the depiction of a predator homosexual priest.  But because almost all the characters are equally sick, it is difficult to brand the film anti-Catholic.  In other words, the film is so depraved and so utterly without merit that only twisted movie reviewers and dysfunctional adults are bound to like it.  Everyone else will no doubt want to repair to the nearest drugstore—or tavern—in search of an effective antidote.”

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