Myrna Davis, ADC executive director, adds, "The ADC has a tradition of stirring up controversy. Concepts such as this one are driven by leading-edge creatives who are targeting their peers, our prime audience." Nevertheless, one has to wonder about the not one but two scenes of Christians strangling Muslims. When does "edgy" cross the line to "dangerous"? Whatever the case, "it's compelling imagery — one of our core values," she says. "And it's meant to be provocative, as in thought-provoking and conversation-provoking. Every scene, however silly or grotesque, depicts something dangerous in one way or another to our humanity or to humanity itself." See ADCAwards.org for more.
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