Stolen Honor Online
The film John Kerry and the DNC don't want you to see can now be seen online, albeit in postage stamp size. Once more demonstrating that the Internet is the bane of censorship, media monopolies, and people who cannot type.
Here's an excerpt from a review by Roger L. Simon:
The Wall Street Journal is outraged this morning, as well it should be, in its lead editorial - "Sinclair and Watergate" - at the suppression of the film "Stolen Honor." The documentary was held back from television airing by the Sinclair Network because of a full-court press on the network by Democratic Party partisans, including the threat of lawsuit. The Freedom of the Press implications of this are obvious and disconcerting, to say the least. But read the WSJ for that. I would like to give my review of the suppressed film, which begins with a caveat: Because I was unable to view it on television, I had to see the documentary online in near postage stamp size. This is unfair to any movie. But because I am a film professional, I am used to seeing films in all sorts of formats and perhaps that compensates somewhat for this deficit.
The filmmaking in "Stolen Honor" is mediocre and employs shopworn techniques of documentary melodrama. Replete with portentous music and pretentious editing, it does not trust its audience to discover the truth for themselves, pounding it in over and over. This technique can work sometimes in a forty-five second commercial but in a film of forty-five minutes, it becomes tedious and actually undercuts the film's message - and this is particularly unfortunate because this documentary's message and content are devastating
And just in case the original host should go down, I've put up a mirror. I'm still working on getting something a bit more viewable, but for now the stamp will have to do.
UPDATE: Higher res webcast version now available for free at the official website.