Cuties; Why This Movie Stormed Social Media and Made Thousands of People Sign The Petition
This fresh new movie not only fried Twitter with their trending hashtags but also triggered a lot of users to cancel their subscription from Netflix.
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Recently, Netflix released a new movie called Mignonnes or Cuties, which finds itself in the nastiest, most profane position before and after its release. Directed by Maïmouna Doucouré, the movie shows a gathering of gullible sensitive 11-year-old young ladies, twerking, and sulking their way through a peculiarly sexualized grown-up dance routine. Monstrous and harsh comments stormed social media mostly, awful savages who haven't seen the film, and by agitators seizing the opportunity to humiliate those with Netflix associations, for example, the Obamas.
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However, the film and its prosecutors end up being on a similar side: Cuties showcases the pornification of young ladies through web-based media and society. It is about the invalid guarantee of freedom in this sort of sexualized show. The inappropriate scenes are unwatchable, like the last scene wherein the young ladies present their routine in a local dance contest, and the crowd is getting confused and grossed out.
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The story was focused on Amy (Fathia Youssouf) 11-year-old Senegalese French young lady, who discovered that to be a female is to be a peasant. She has seen her mother sadly weeping as a result of her father's second marriage to a lady back in Senegal and now wants to bring his second wife over to France to live in their home. Amy and all the other ladies in their congregation are told to be compliant with their spouses. A rule strictly implemented and practiced by their senior, known as "aunt".
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Oddly, the film appears to anticipate and pre-empt all language of discussion. At a scene where an educator reprimands them of dressing improperly, the 'Cuties' disobediently raised a sob for "Freedom!". At a laser-tag hall, an officer tried kicking them out the corridor they've sneaked into, but the girls yelled, “Stop grabbing me, you child molester!”. They smartly knew what’s at stake, yet as innocent as kids which they are, still acted improperly.
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After its "inappropriate artwork", Netflix has now apologized saying, "not OK, nor was it representative of this film". This might be a stage towards hindering the film to its future course, but that is not going to relieve a significant number of the petitioners, who won't have looked further into this issue.
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