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French film sexually exploits kids to supposedly fight sexually exploiting kids.
By Thomas Gallatin, Patriot Post, Sept. 15, 2020
By now most Americans have heard of Netflix’s decision to host the controversial French film “Cuties” on its video streaming platform. The controversy is directly related to the fact that the film uses 11-year-old girls to depict sexually exploited 11-year-old girls. As film critic John Nolte puts it, “Cuties is soft-core pornography disguised as art. Nothing less. Nothing more.” Put another way, “Cuties” is child pornography that has been labeled “art,” making it socially acceptable to the progressive intelligentsia. Demonstrating this twisted reality, French director Maimouna Doucoure won an award for “Cuties” at the Sundance Film Festival.
Netflix pathetically attempted to defend its decision, noting that “Cuties” is an award-winning film and that it aims to expose the problem of the exploitation of children. Subscribers should watch the film before criticizing it, Netflix further suggested, as if one needed to observe child pornography in order to determine that it is indeed exploitative and immoral. …