Netflix Is Being Cancelled. Do We Need To End Our Subscription?

Netflix Is Being Cancelled. Do We Need To End Our Subscription?

#Cancelnetflix trended number one on Twitter because Netflix chose to continue streaming this movie. The film's advertising drew criticism after the release of a promotional poster, but Netflix promised that the illustration did not precisely represent the content of the feature. Her name is Amy, she is 11-years-old and lives in Paris.

Netflix has defended the controversial film Cuties as "a social commentary against the sexualisation of young children", and encouraged people to watch the movie before passing judgment.

The shares have fallen 9.5% over five days. She finds her neighbor adult style dancing group "Cuties" fascinating and decides to leave her family traditions to join them.

Provocative dance moves, disturbing scenes and hyper-sexualization of pre-teen girls, it is this what Netflix is streaming.

"We're deeply sorry for the inappropriate artwork that we used for 'Mignonnes/Cuties.' It was not OK, nor was it representative of this French film which premiered at Sundance". Plenty of people will defend it.

#CancelNetflix has also became the top trend on Twitter, with more than 200,000 tweets containing the hashtag posted in the past 24 hours. "I hadn't seen the poster until after I started getting all these reactions on social media, direct messages from people, attacks on me", she told Deadline. "This film could have been a powerful rebuke of popular culture that sexualizes children and robs them of their innocence".

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The actor claimed she was "coerced into making self-incriminatory" confessions, which she has now retracted. The NDTV report said that Rhea has been provided with a mat to sleep on, but without a pillow.

"As the mother of an 8-year old girl, I STRONGLY support #CancelNetflix", added Beatrice Cardenas, another California Republican.

When these scenes are combined with the context that the film gives, and how the girls have been influenced by pouting social media "influencers" and twerking music artists like Nicki Minaj, arguments against the film's portrayal of the girls fall apart somewhat.

In various interviews, she notes that the film was created to explore how social media influences young girls to be overtly sexual online without understanding fully what they're engaging in.

Netflix issued an apology on August 20 for the "inappropriate" artwork used for the film and said that it had also updated the description. "But it doesn't speak to the film I saw".

Doucouré admitted to receiving death threats due to the Netflix marketing.

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