Netflix is under fire after they have showed a movie that depicts in the early scenes child sexual activity:
Netflix is facing backlash from users online over the Argentinian film “Desire,” which opens with a scene involving a young girl accidentally having her first orgasm. The scene is being accused on social media of featuring child pornography, but director Diego Kaplan told IndieWire that’s not the case. The filmmaker said the child actor was never exploited on set and the scene was filmed “under the surveillance” of her mother.
The scene starts with two young girls watching a television program featuring a cowboy riding a horse. One of the girls imitates the cowboy by sitting on her pillow and bouncing up and down. Kaplan uses slow motion, dramatic music, the sound of heavy breathing, and close-ups of the child’s face to show the character unknowingly masturbating. The girl falls off her pillow and her mother runs in to take her to the hospital.
Netflix was criticized in a post by Megan Fox for the conservative news site PJ Media. Fox said that she reported the scene to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. “Netflix is in violation of distributing child pornography because the child in question is very clearly engaging in the sexual act of masturbation,” Fox wrote, “and this exceeds the minimum requirement of merely being suggestive.”
Kaplan responded to the backlash with the following statement to IndieWire:
“Despair” is a film. When we see a shark eating a woman on film, no one thinks the woman really died or that the shark was real. We work in a world of fiction; and, for me, before being a director comes being a father.
Of course this scene was filmed using a trick, which was that the girls were copying a cowboy scene from a film by John Ford. The girls never understood what they were doing, they were just copying what they were seeing on the screen. No adult interacted with the girls, other than the child acting coach. Everything was done under the careful surveillance of the girls’ mothers. Because I knew this scene might cause some controversy at some point, there is “Making Of” footage of the filming of the entire scene.
Everything works inside the spectators’ heads, and how you think this scene was filmed will depend on your level of depravity.
“Despair” was released last year in Argentina under its original title, “Desearas: Al Hombre De Tu Hermana.” (source)
You can see the clip here on YouTube. It speaks for itself.
There was not much information available about the Director, but from an article in Spanish language news, he is a director from Argentina named Diego Kaplan.
Mr. Kaplan’s movie should not be a surprise, for so much of the garbage which passes for entertainment today, whether coming out of California or New York, it’s not limited to just the USA. It is international, for just as the influence of the LGBT has spread around the world, so is its rise giving way to new forms of the same old sins who are linked to homosexuality, for as homosexuality embraces erotic pleasure without any reproductive purpose, as it is a grave sin it can only give way to even worse forms of sin.
You are watching the normalization of pedophilia. This is how it happens.
But it is beyond the mere abuse of children. It is about embracing a philosophy that is opposed to Christianity.
It is the revival of the ancient world, the one into which Jesus stepped down from His divinity into so to live and give Himself for the human race so that he who believes in Him might be raised up to His divinity.
Call it the Aztecs, the Mayans, the Teutons, the Scythians, the Tuvans, the Aryans, the Cushites, or any other pagan peoples, the name does not matter. It is the modern form of the old paganism, just with different tools for communication and fighting but the same philosophy uniting them all, where religion is an expression of power, and the strong rule over the weak with an iron fist, where mercy is but an idea and truth is the will of the man with the sharpest spear and loudest voice.
Perhaps this is the reason why Jesus asked, “When the Son of Man returns, will He find Faith on the Earth?”