A new Netflix film ‘Cuties’ has sparked outrage for showing children scantily dressed and acting provocatively while twerking on camera.
The French film, Cuties, tells the story of an 11-year-old Senegalese Muslim girl named Amy, who joins a school dance team and takes part in a ‘twerking competition,’ upsetting her mother and going against her family’s strict religious beliefs.
One scene features the 11-year-old girls gyrating and slapping each other on the butt as the camera zooms in for close-ups. Another shows Amy in her underwear furiously thrusting her body as she lays on the floor. Again, the camera provides close-ups. In another, the girls dance provocatively for two grown men, one of whom looks on with obvious satisfaction. In still another, Amy pulls down her pants, takes a picture of her crotch, and posts it online.
After the backlash, Netflix apologized — not for the film itself, but simply for the “inappropriate artwork.” The streaming service also changed the synopsis, getting rid of any mention of “twerking” and instead calling it a “free-spirited dance crew.” Netflix did not bother to explain why they used that “inappropriate artwork” in their promotional materialsin the first place. If it doesn’t actually reflect the content of the film, and if they are not trying to attract an audience of pedophiles who wish to see pubescent girls gyrate on camera, then what was the thought process behind the way it was originally marketed? We were never told. More
This show is absolutely disturbing! What kind of parents lets their children act in this sort of movie? I was disgusted by the initial trailer for this garbage movie, but I never expected it to be this bad. The newly released scenes from the full movie are some of the most disgusting, immoral, and infuriating things I’ve ever seen.Don't forget to Like Godfather Politics on Facebook and Twitter, and visit our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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