Or Seneca Crane, or Effie Trinket or President Snow or anyone really. The only name non-readers (those who only have seen the movie) hold onto is that of Ceasar Flickerman because he's so prominently mentioned.
By the way, you need to capitalize the first word of a sentence, you need a period after "well," and you need a comma after "Apparently," mollyemm. Maybe your teachers didn't get offered a bonus either?
Morocco is a lot freer than Iran or Saudi Arabia. I have a friend from there. She never covers her hair when she's over there, nor do most women in her family, particularly not the younger generations.
I do know that, but the country of Morocco's religion is Islam and Islamic countries do want women to cover their hair. The Koran tells them to. I wasn't saying she was going to be jailed or even killed because of it, but I was surprised no one asked her to cover her hair while she was there. Yes, I do know the difference between Morocco and countries like Iran and Saudi Arabia.
She was in Morocco, not in Iran or Saudi Arabia. There is no law there that says women have to cover their hair and a great many women don't. And tourists definitely aren't expected to. You know "Islamic countries" isn't a single country with a single culture and set of laws, right?
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Lol SomeGuy! But I just recently learned that weeks of heavy exercise can make it go away, as well as loss of fat. That's what happens to a lot of women in boot camp. So technically, this movie was still pretty accurate about that!
Yeah I've read those books, and you would THINK they would love it, but they really don't. They say it's just entertainment, and the only reason they added those references was to make a movie. I put this up to warn potential victims of philosophy teachers hehe. I for one really loved the philosophy in this movie and was actually very obsessed with this movie for a long time. I'm still kinda, sorta, obsessed with it...