Filmmakers Behind Netflix’s ‘Cuties’ Watched 650 Little Girls Twerk During Illicit Casting Call
The child-exploiting Netflix film “Cuties” is drawing widespread anger across social media for its content sexualizing children, which critics believe is normalizing pedophilia.
The French producer of the film, Zangro, revealed in an interview with Variety that hundreds of little girls were brought in during the casting call and made to gyrate their bodies sexually at the behest of the movie’s producers.
“The casting process was a saga. We spent over six months and saw 650 candidates and it was only in the very last hour of the last day that we found Fathia. It was a really emotional moment,” Zangro said, referring to the young girl who was eventually cast in the leading role.
Zangro also spoke of the bizarre relationship the children in the cast had with the movie’s director, Maïmouna Doucouré. Doucouré is of African descent but referred to as French in spite of her origin.
“She has a deep and intimate relationship with them. She acts with them. She cries, and they cry. There’s a magical link and a deep sense of trust,” Zangro said.
Zangro confirmed that the movie was produced for the purposes of changing people’s perceptions with regards to child sexuality, with diversity used as the hook to promote this perverse content.
“We’re interested in telling stories that involve minority communities in France, such as Muslim communities and African communities,” he said.
“People tend to have fixed ideas on these issues and want to take a stand, but we’re looking for a non-judgmental approach, often exploring comedy. We think these are important projects that can change people’s preconceived views,” Zangro added.
Big League Politics has reported on “Cuties,” which debuted on Netflix last week, and how it features content that has been described as “highly distressing” for its “numerous sexualized dance scenes” featuring children:
Last month, Big League Politics reported on Netflix’s release of the film “Cuties,” a coming of age story about an 11-year-old girl who discovers her sexuality by joining a twerking dance troupe.
Netflix was even forced to apologize for its “inappropriate artwork” in the trailer for the movie, which blatantly sexualized children.
Netflix refused to ban “Cuties” from its platform despite the outcry. The movie debuted on Wednesday, and it is even more pro-pedophilia than was initially thought.
The IMDB description of “Cuties” initially gave the movie with a parental warning detailing “highly sexualized & erotic dance scenes that purposefully exploit & objectify numerous scantily clad under age girls.” It also described the movie as featuring “female breast nudity of a minor during an erotic dance scene and lengthy & excessive closeup shots of breasts, and spread crotches of 11 year old girls during numerous sexualized dance scenes.”
… As soon as the accurate description of “Cuties” on IMDB began to go viral, it was immediately changed…
… IMDB is now complicit in the enabling of pedophilia by removing their accurate warnings about “Cuties.” The people involved with pushing this movie probably should be jailed.
Netflix has earned their nickname of “Pedo-Flix.”