dedicated to pure human nature

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keramus

Senior Member
Persian
Hello everyone

My friend has made a documentary and he wants to send his movie to an international film festival. In this movie, some people who have committed serious crimes were interviewed. My friend wants to convey this idea that anyone is born with a blank slate or tabula rasa. Then , growing up in a bad family or hanging out with the wrong crowd, leaves stains on this blank slate and if these stains accumulate, this blank slate will be ruined, just like a criminal's life.

He wants this sentence to start at the beginning of the documentary:

Dedicated to pure human nature.
Does it sound fine ?
Please tell me your opinion.
 
  • owlman5

    Senior Member
    English-US
    His ideas about human nature won't be immediately obvious to everybody who reads or hears the sentence, but it clearly conveys the idea that he is dedicating the film to something called pure human nature.
     

    owlman5

    Senior Member
    English-US
    You're welcome. No. Adding the to the dedication would only cause more confusion about what your friend was trying to express.
     
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