The Neon Revolt Show – Ep 5 – The Netflix Problem #CancelNetflix

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Welcome to the Neon Revolt Show, I am your host Neon.

More than 700 girls. That’s how many girls, ages 10-13, auditioned for film Cuties, now airing on Netflix.

What you’re seeing now is footage from one such audition, easily discoverable on Youtube, in response to the original casting call for the the film, and what you see here is a relatively normal scene – a young girl talking about herself, her interests and hobbies, drawing and piano – and then doing a little dance and demonstrating some of her more acrobatic skills. A normal girl doing normal girl things for a girl her age.

Transcript:

Welcome to the Neon Revolt Show, I am your host Neon.

More than 700 girls. That’s how many girls, ages 10-13, auditioned for film Cuties, now airing on Netflix.

What you’re seeing now is footage from one such audition, easily discoverable on Youtube, in response to the original casting call for the the film, and what you see here is a relatively normal scene – a young girl talking about herself, her interests and hobbies, drawing and piano – and then doing a little dance and demonstrating some of her more acrobatic skills. A normal girl doing normal girl things for a girl her age.

There’s nothing particularly exploitative about this audition and that’s not the reason I’m showing it.
Albeit in French.

Casting calls are often pretty generic-sounding, with no indication of what the end product will finally look like – just types and roles boiled down to their essential parts.

No, I’m showing this clip precisely because this is the kind of girl that was passed over for the making of this film – because this kind of girl, with normal, healthy interests, and normal, healthy mannerisms – wasn’t the kind of girl they were looking for.

The herd was culled by the production team – which included a cinematographer who, in 2019, filmed a short film about a 7 year old girl running around naked in France – and only those who danced in a way that can only be rightfully described as inappropriate, were selected to move on to the next group.

Those girls were then brought in by the production team to presumably audition in person while being recorded, and then from this, the selection was narrowed down further – until you had the cast which we’ve all seen by now on that infamous Netflix poster for the film.

In fact, I’m willing to bet that the vast majority of the auditions looked similar to this. Parents filming their child on their phones, sending in a short clip on the off chance that they may have what the casting director is looking for – like so many supportive parents would do after reading a generic casting notice – a notice, which, if my own time in Hollywood is any indicator, probably read something like this: “Seeking actresses, ages 10-14, of all races, to work in an exciting new independent dance film by an upcoming visionary director.”

And so hundreds of clips are sent in until they found the kinds of girls they were looking for – the kinds of girls they could exploit – because let’s not mince words here; that’s what they did – for profit.

Such is the gall of Netflix, is almost impossible to satirize at this point, as recent headlines by The Babylon Bee demonstrate:

But this is not the first time Netflix has had a pedophilia problem.

In 2018, Netflix acquired the rights to stream the film Girl, a story about a “transgender girl” which featured full-frontal nudity of a 15 year old boy at the time – the actor who played the eponymous Girl in the film.

That didn’t cause nearly as much controversy, because… how do I put this? Society, by and large, doesn’t care when underage boys are sexualized. It’s why, 97% of the time, when you see a headline about a young schoolteacher engaging in sexual activities with one of her male students, it will usually say they had sex, instead of calling it rape, whereas if the sexes were reversed – where you had a male teacher and a female student involved, everyone would call it rape from the get-go. The assumption is boys want it; therefore, it’s not harmful.

So Girl came and went and basically nobody cared, despite it’s extremely explicit and pornographic nature.

Then, this caused much more of a stir, not only because the victim was female, but also much younger – Netflix acquired the film rights to the film Desire, which featured a scene of a 9 year old girl accidentally masturbating to orgasm on a pillow. pretending to ride it like a horse while watching a cowboy film on the TV.

Another series big on exploring this subject matter is the hideous Big Mouth, which features a number of animated children talking to animated genitalia, and, it’s just a hideous Cal-Arts abomination, I don’t even want to talk about it.

And right now, there is an entire series going into its third season on Netflix entitled Baby, which glamorizes teen prostitution as “fun” and “edgy.”

There have been other instances of Netflix cultivating pedophilic content for their services. As reported by Enty over at Crazy Days and Nights:

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