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In other words, instead of the things many predicted for America in the terrifying yet hopeful days after the attack — a moral resurgence, say, or the death of irony — we got a war against a country that had nothing to do with 9/11, and we got Angelina Jolie.
The press agent for Woody Allen, Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep, and many others, Dart spoke with the resigned serenity of a rehab counselor listening to yet another junkie vow a fresh start: "We have as a culture gone so far off the deep end, I think we have no choice but to go right back to where we were."She was right, of course, and she was wrong.She was saying that, as a matter of fact, there is a rather large tattoo of a tiger on her back.I asked to see it, and she obliged, reaching her hands behind her back and pulling down her zipper. She used to be crazy, when she first started making movies, and, although she was just a kid, her craziness made her a permissible fantasy figure — the kind of creature that consumes her mates, like certain spiders.It was sort of a requisite celebrity-profile moment.
She was talking about her effort to restore the Asian tiger to her wildlife preserve in Cambodia.
Granted, it's also a celebrity profile — well, a profile of Angelina Jolie — and so calling it a 9/11 story may sound like a stretch. It's a 9/11 story because it's a celebrity profile — because celebrities and their perceived power are a big part of the strange story of how America responded to the attacks upon it.