There is ongoing outrage in the UK over the depiction of child sexuality in a new Netflix feature film, Cuties. The film depicts 11 year old girls acting out fantasies of being strippers and sex workers.
The movie was flagged with a parental warning advice on movie streaming platforms stating that parts of the movie had contained scenes described as paedophilia in the UK and other countries.
Africans condemned the movie when the trailer was aired back in August saying it sexualised young girls.
Despite issuing an apology, Netflix aired the movie causing outrage among global fans from the UK to the United States.
Watch the trailer Below;
Many people called for Netflix to be cancelled following the airing of the movie produced by a French movie director.
Many also accused the streaming platform of peddling
See some of the reactions below.
— Shay (@ShaylenSingh) September 10, 2020
— Jessica Cash (@JCashNP89) September 10, 2020
I'm glad everyone is condemning Netflix for hosting pedophilia, but let's not forget everyone that wrote, produced, filmed, or helped create Cuties, everyone at Sundance that voted for the award and every critic that gave it a positive review all support child porn #CancelNetflix pic.twitter.com/fBxjURgj3I
— Michael Baron (@swordbaron) September 10, 2020
Does anybody else think this looks more like NonceFlix than Netflix?
— Martin Daubney (@MartinDaubney) September 10, 2020
If a Movie about 11 Year Old Girls is rated “Severe” under the “Sex & Nudity” Category on IMDB, maybe it shouldn’t be a thing..
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) September 10, 2020