Why are people going furious over Netflix? What are the recent updates? Here is everything you should know!
Why are people going furious over Netflix?
Groups of conservative accomplices, QAnon supporters, and others on social media have jumped on the company’s launch to associate the upcoming French film Cuties and a trending hashtag “Cancel Netflix” with pedophilia. Republicans tried it in 2018 after Netflix confirmed it had signed a multilateral agreement with Barack and Michelle Obama to produce a series of titles. And, at the same time, while people are asking others to cancel Netflix for cuts, there is a request from fans of shows like Jessica Jones, The Oy, and Annie to launch a “Cancel Netflix” campaign with E Try to get attention.
But some of those campaign campaigns are very straightforward: Republicans are not like Obama, Jessica Jones fans only want Jessica Jones, Cutesy’s situation gets complicated very quickly. It is worrying that young women are harassed for the way QAnon supporters are used on marketing campaign posters as proof that their dangerous conspiracy theories are real.
What was the movie cuties about?
Directed by Mamouna Dakore, Cuties is a French film that criticizes the sexualization of girls in society. The movie follows an 11-year woman from Senegal who lives in Paris and goals of becoming a member of a neighborhood dance group. She decides to resist her parents’ strict home and tries to make a name for herself by joining other girls dancing her way through competitions. This month he told Time magazine that Doucor’s intention is to show that” our children should have time to have children.
Under the Netflix umbrella, the film would flow to 190 different regions, with Netflix operating except for France, where it had national distribution. There was criticism against the Cuties and Doucouré, people who saw a poster and believed that the film was a thing, and as the reaction grew, it became clear that the criticism was not satisfactory, sitting down without seeing the film before this based on assumptions. This is why Netflix made it worse.