Society en Commentary: The Sounds of Silence <p>Commentator Celia Brewer wonders why we as a society tolerate one form on injustice but loudly protest another. <em>Please note, the thoughts expressed in this commentary are those of the commentator and do not necessarily reflect the views of WKMS or its staff.</em></p><p>Carousel, the 1956 movie made from the hit Broadway musical, recently aired on Turner Classic Movies. Told in flashback, the movie opens with a carnival barker named Billy Bigelow in heaven. He had died in a bungled robbery, desperate for money to support his wife, Julie Jordan, and their baby on the way. Billy is granted a day to return to earth to console his troubled teenaged daughter Louise.</p><p> Mon, 15 Jul 2013 20:53:34 +0000 Matt Markgraf & Celia Brewer 33092 at Commentary: The Sounds of Silence