He would do better to film the real life, or ‘based on a true story’, events of Muslim oppression his people face - on an even greater scale now that the Muslim Brotherhood has taken over Egypt with the full approval of the 0bama White House and the Clinton State Department.
BTW, I recall distinctly being in a small group consisting of myself, Richard Cohen, and some little girls in an elementary school who were expressing concern about the genocide taking place in Sudan against the Nilotic people in the South.
They were Christian, and the moslem sector in the North sought to convert them, or barring that, exterminate them while reducing their children to slavery.
It was very difficult to expand the group of concerned citizens (Cohen had difficulty getting his well researched articles published in fact) ~ but eventually that happened, somebody cared, and South Sudan has its own country now.
That's the situation I see us in vis a vis the Coptic Egyptians. NOBODY CARES but me, a couple of holyroller preachers on TV and maybe an obscure radio talk guy somewhere ~ where are the little girls?