A review of ‘Lyrical High’ is now available on iTunes, along with the trailer.
The review begins with a shot of a white man on the subway, then follows a man’s hand as he picks up a large object.
The narrator begins by noting that it’s “not easy being a Jew in America,” and then states that the man in the clip is a “dude.”
The review goes on to describe “loyalty” as a trait that “has to be built in and maintained,” and “trust.”
“A great example of loyalty is a young man who is a good friend and an old friend who is the brother of a woman.
This is not easy.
It takes a long time to build loyalty.
Loyalty has to be cultivated,” the narrator continues.
“Trust is a quality that can be cultivated, especially by young people.
They know what they are doing and what they should be doing.
And the old people have to know what the young people are doing, too.
They have to be careful of what they say and do.
They must not make mistakes.
But the old folks have to do the same thing.
I do not like being called a liar.””
Trust is the foundation of the human condition, the only thing that makes a good man,” the author continues.”
The Life Of Pi” was directed by Alex Garland and is now in theaters.
It opens nationwide March 3.