Netflix To Air ‘Cuties’ Movie About 11-Year-Olds ‘Twerking Their Way To Stardom’

Netflix To Air ‘Cuties’ Movie About 11-Year-Olds ‘Twerking Their Way To Stardom’

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.

I have to ask is Netflix trying to get this little Muslim girl an honor killing?

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On September 9, streaming behemoth Netflix will debut a new film on its platform titled “Cuties.” The movie, by French writer and director Maïmouna Doucouré, follows the exploits of 11-year-old Amy, who hopes to break free from her conservative Senegalese upbringing by joining a twerking dance troupe. The synopsis tells us that Amy, through her “sensual” dancing, will “ignite awareness of her burgeoning femininity.” But will the girls successfully “twerk their way to stardom”? You’ll have to watch to find out. That is, if you’re on a registry somewhere and interested in this kind of content.

Though probably not on registries, many film critics are indeed interested in this kind of content. The  film currently has a depressing 82 percent “fresh” rating on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes. Critics tell us that the story of pubescent children dancing sensually is a “compelling crowd-pleaser” that “heralds an indelible directorial voice” and must be “respected for its audacity.”

Some of the reviewers claim that the film is a “commentary” on the sexualization of children, but you can watch the trailer for yourself and see how it’s being pitched. More

No surprise that the entertainment industry would make a movie to please the pedophiles. Wake up, folks!

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