Complaint: Cuties

on 20 August 2020 about Netflix in category Online Services

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My complaint:

I’d like to know why you’re about to put out a film that sexualizes little girls and promotes pedophilia! It is NOT a religion or religious belief. It is NOT normal. It is NOT a preference. Why is this even a film? Why is it being made available to the masses through your company? Do you have a bunch of pedophiles running your company and making the decisions as to what gets released? Your company already puts out soft core porn as it is. Where does the line get drawn? Clearly not at little girls! This is disgusting and I, along with many other people are outraged!

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Remove this film! Stop glorifying pedophilia and sexualizing CHILDREN!

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Thanatos
Thanatos (@guest_1857)
1 month ago

Do you even know what this film is about, or did you just see the promotional images and become disgusted without even reading about what the film is actually about?

“But director Maimouna Doucouré has explained that the story aims to highlight how social media pushes girls to mimic sexualised imagery without fully understanding what lies behind it or the dangers involved.” — BBC News

AFair91
AFair91 (@guest_1859)
1 month ago
Reply to  Thanatos

As a matter of fact, yes I do know what it is about and researched it. Regardless of what this film is about, it is not okay to use children to get the message across. The sexualization of children is not okay under any circumstance. These CHILDREN are dancing around in Crop tops and booty shorts in a sexual manner. Also, seeing these images alone without context is enough of a reason to become disgusted without having to know what it’s about.

Lex
Lex (@guest_1886)
29 days ago
Reply to  Thanatos

Honestly, yes just the promotional images alone speak multitudes. A picture is worth a thousand words and to other young girls all they have to do is see those images and the negative effect has already been produced, no film necessary. That’s one major point.