Cuties netflix poster. Netflix Apologizes For, Replaces 'Inappropriate' Poster for Cuties

We've now updated the pictures and description In a , Maimouna explained the story of the film and how it depicts the way young kids are more vulnerable in the age of social media
Whether it's a tale of finding yourself as a child, discovering who you want to be as a teen, or realizing what you're meant to do as an adult, people have always been obsessed with the idea of the moments in ways we haven't before When you call a movie "Cuties" and promote it like this: That's sexualizing 11yr old kids Shame on you, — iDavid iDavid76 It looks like this is blatantly sexualizing kids

Netflix Apologizes For “Inappropriate” ‘Cuties’ Poster

Maybe let kids be kids.

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The film, which the World Cinema Dramatic Directing Award at the Sundance Film Festival in 2020, tells the story of a Senegalese Muslim girl named Amy living in Paris
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Cuties Director Received Death Threats Over Netflix Poster
The movie's official trailer is released and looks like Cuties is all set for streaming
Doucouré told Deadline that she only saw the controversial poster when the rest of the American public did, too The poster featured the French film's main characters — the titular dance troupe named Cuties — in spandex dance costumes of shorts and crop tops
I understand the response of everybody Disappointed to see how it was positioned in terms of marketing

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But that hasn't stopped over 178,000 people from signing the petition or another from gaining over 336,000 signatures.

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Cuties was just the straw that broke the camel's back — they've been bugging me for a while
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