Paul Haggis on Scientology: 'Morally reprehensible' - 2009-10-27

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F47.png Paul Haggis on Scientology: 'Morally reprehensible' October 27, 2009, Patrick Goldstein, The Big Picture, Los Angeles Times

Everybody has his or her own take on Paul Haggis' dramatic letter, announcing his break with Scientology after 35 years of membership in the church. But what especially fascinated me was how much his letter, full of passion and moral outrage, resembled large portions of his film and TV work, especially his scripts for "Flags of Our Fathers" and "Crash," the latter of which won him an Oscar.

If you missed the news, the Church of Scientology was a public sponsor of Proposition 8, which Haggis describes in his letter as "a hate-filled legislation that succeeded in taking away the civil rights of gay and lesbian citizens of California."

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | first = Patrick | last = Goldstein | title = Paul Haggis on Scientology: 'Morally reprehensible' | url = | work = The Big Picture | publisher = Los Angeles Times | date = October 27, 2009 | accessdate = February 7, 2019 }}