Thank you for all the great comments.
the difference between the written quotes and audio quotes is distracting.
I was wondering if that would be considered an issue. Due to time constraints the entire quotes cannot be read, so I like the idea of highlighting the words that are read. It is actually a lot of extra work to do though in Final Cut, as you cannot just select and bold the text.
I will also look at matching up the music and levels better as well.
reconsider the use of CAPS
Caps are by far the easiest way to highlight text in Final Cut. Since I need to go back and highlight the spoken word I will reconsider the caps as well.
Gayle, your discussion of what children go through is very well put. It really deserves to be read more. I may take it and add it to one of my articles.
Mr Quik - I don't live in New York, I live in Sydney. I would love to live there though and thoroughly enjoyed it when I visited.
I forwarded a link to my therapist to help her understand.
That is a great idea. A video is easier for them than reading material, and she would never really comprehend the Watchtower upbringing, or trust your perception of things until seeing the quotes in black and white.
As far as swaying anyone who's 'in', cognitive bias/dissonance would kick in and their BRAIN=OFF.
That is always going to be an issue, and I haven't worked out any easy way around it. Humour is a great tool, but different people and cultures vary widely in what is considered humour, so the more people that can work on projects from different angles the better. Cognitive dissonace will still stop an active JW translating humour or satire into recognising the religion is not "the truth".