Movies Lie: Minority Report Part 3 (Unspoken, Spoken Word Edition)

Movies Lie

You eat a bowl of tea.

I’ll drink a cup of rice.

And once we’re all done

we’ll see if the girl

standing here before you

is really all that nice

and neat, ready to

drop at your feet

and give in to your demands,

but I think you’ll soon learn

I’m not the type to be

eating out of your hands

the crap you’re trying to feed me

’cause I don’t need you

nearly as much

as you need me because

I’m not a timid or obedient

little Lotus Flower

who will sit there

and just cower

as you try to tower

above me and

lord over me with

your so-called “power.”

And don’t look at me

and think that

you’re getting Suzie Wong

because let me tell you

that’s where you’re wrong

and I don’t mean

to be braggin’ baby

but I am so much better

than any Dragon Lady

you’ve ever heard of or seen

and I can make you happy

in more ways than one

if you know what I mean.

So get your mind

out of the gutter

and as you sit there

trying to

stammer and stutter

out an explanation

let me just

lay out the tracks

and give you the facts

so we get a few things clear:

Not everything you see is true.

Nor is everything you hear.

I wasn’t put here on earth

with the sole purpose

to please you,

follow your every order,

or just to tease you

so you can just

kiss that dream goodbye

and I hope that

that won’t make you cry

and don’t you dare ask

why I can’t just act

like a proper little Oriental girl

’cause I’ll just turn around

and ask, where in the world

is there a country called

the Orient?

And do you remember

the last time you,

or anybody you know went?

So don’t look at me

And think that you know who I am

’cause let me tell you,

most of what you see in the movies,

it’s all just a sham

but I don’t care

if that’s the way

you’re choosing to view me

because as I walk away,

you’ll only wish

that you knew me

and don’t try and tell me

that I’ve got the look

but not the heart

because what role is it

you want me to play?

And do I really

want the part?


4 comments on “Movies Lie: Minority Report Part 3 (Unspoken, Spoken Word Edition)

  1. oh my goodness wow. i love your poem. its so amazing and i love it. good job 🙂 its really amazing.

  2. Take that straight white man!!!

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    Loida Mariano

    Bryan World Productions, LLC.

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    BWP Press, Los Angeles, CA…..Filmmaker Bob Bryan has proudly unveiled his seventh powerful installment in his multi award-winning Documentary Series entitled GV7 RANDOM URBAN STATIC: The Iridescent Equations of SPOKEN WORD. He is releasing two (2) versions:

    An Unofficially Rated G Version for General Audiences, Schools and Libraries and the Original Unedited Version for those who do not mind some “raw street vernacular.” Both versions will have a Running time of 2 hours.

    Released under his BRYAN WORLD PRODUCTIONS indie label, GV7 returns to the enigmatic world of Poetry. This time around he retrieves the perspectives of fifteen (15) uniquely talented poets involved in the world of SPOKEN WORD. From Grand Slam Champions to Open-Mic Veterans, GV7 crosses all philosophical, racial, and social lines becoming the quintinessial SPOKEN WORD documentary.

    Bob Bryans’ last documentary GV6 THE ODYSSEY explored the point of views of 31 contemporary Literary Page Poets and de facto became Americas’ Number # 1 Indie Produced Poetry Documentary. Bob is very, very confident that poetic magic will strike again with GV7 his brand new feature-length foray into the uncompromising world of SPOKEN WORD.

    “GV6 THE ODYSSEY deals with those Poets who write words for the page, while GV7 RANDOM URBAN STATIC probes the reality of those Poets that write for the stage. SPOKEN WORD has really connected with today’s’ youth, primarily because the poetic artform speaks intimately to their love for performance art, suppressed passion, subjective psycho / social issues and cultural attitudes concerning the world in which they live. Poetry is an invaluable tool that helps them to unravel, clarify, articulate & document their experiences. Of course, Hip-hop has allot to do with the flavoring of this SPOKEN WORD communication paradigm.”

    “I was thrilled to be able to get the Poets to decode and discuss their intimate hopes & desires, as well as their deep personal disappointments and frustrations with the current state of hip-hop. Not all the poets shared a deep abiding love for hip-hop in its current incarnation. Many of the Poets feel that Hip-hop has within its grasp the potential to be a positive catalyst for massive personal & social change. They feel unfortunately that its potential has been severely underdeveloped and in some cases perversely denigrated by some of its commercial practitioners.”

    “But at the same time other poets in GV7 openly discuss issues of date-rape, the courage to be an artist, the psychological repression of women, How Hip-hop can help or Hurt, HIV-AIDS & homosexuality, image vs. reality, obsessions, race-consciousness, anorexia, self-love, the high-jacking of black men’s masculinity & vunerability, disappointment with God, insanity, self-loathing, inspiration and salvation. Noone can say these poets tread lightly or try to avoid issues that we all, in some way or another grapple with. It’s what makes this expression so relative, ” says Filmmaker Bob Bryan.

    Sure, the dialogue can be ruff, confrontational and passionate; but their intentions are real. These artists are desperate to get through to you!

    “Your voice is your power; don’t ever let anyone take away your voice.”

    –Two Time Grand Slam Champion Bridget Gray

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    “What you say, may just save my life.”

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    It is a commitment with vast transformational possibilities & connection between the poet, the audience, and the unrealized future.

    “Black men’s strength & redemption lies in their vulnerability.”

    Tim’m. T. West, Poet, Author, Educator



    Film Festivals:
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    Experimental Film Series; Harvard University (Spitting Image Film & Video Festival); San Franscisco Independent Film Festival (Digital Underground); Underground Film Festival

    Awards & Nominations:
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    Los Angeles, CA 90004
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    Brief Synopsis of GV1-GV7 DVDs

    GV Series Product Info pdf

    Artists that Appear in GV7


    DVD Film Reviewers wanting to review GV7 should contact Loida: bryworld@aol.com

    Video Clips of GV7 can be found on Youtube (More From Bryanworld)

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