Rachel Weisz recently went through the same thing every other affluent white person goes through when they visit an underdeveloped country: She felt guilty. Or perhaps she felt guilt for not expressing how guilty she felt. I think it was David Byrne who once said people will travel great distances to see poor people. Anyway, Weisz was referring to Kenya, where she filmed The Constant Gardener with Ralph Fiennes. Weisz saw people worse off than herself and felt bad. Yeah, we've all been through that, but she's an actress, and therefore her opinion is more important. Seriously, I'm pretty sure that's in the Constitution somewhere.
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