On September 9, Netflix premiered the protested pedophilic film Cuties, about an 11-year-old girl named Amy who joins a competitive twerking group.
The movie used real child actors and a controversy arose over Netflix’s promotional materials for the film last month which they apologized for, saying the “inappropriate artwork…was not OK, nor was it representative of this French film.” Well, I watched the movie and I’m here to tell you that it is much worse than anybody thought.
IMBD, the world’s foremost movies and ratings online database, published a parental warning on their site that accurately sums up the most offensive content in the movie:
Parental Warning: During one of the many highly sexualized & erotic dance scenes that purposefully exploit & objectify numerous scantily clad underage girls, one of the female child dancers lifts up her cropped top to fully display her bare breast. This is lawfully defined as pedophilia and can be extremely distressing to many viewers.
Trigger warning: An 11-year old girl watches a female rap music video where naked women role play through dance both heterosexual & lesbian sex acts.An 11-year-old female dance group then mimics these sexual moves via on themselves and on each other while the camera zooms in on their sexual body parts as they erotically writher. This can be highly distressing to viewers.
Female breast nudity of a minor during an erotic dance scene and lengthy and excessive closeup shots of breast, bums and spread crotches of scantily clad 11-year-old girls during numerous sexualized dance routines.
A pair of tight leather pants on an 11-year-old girl are forcefully pulled down in the midst of a scuffle; the camera glances at her panty exposed bum.
The warning was later inexplicably removed from IMBD. Tracy Beanz, Editor-in-Chief of Uncover DC, captured a screenshot before the accurate description was scrubbed from the internet.
In addition to the blatant visual soft child pornography, the dialogue spoken by the girls in the movie is often graphic and completely inappropriate. Here is some sample dialogue overheard by Amy between the girls while they are looking at pornographic material on a phone:
Jessica: Ew. Gross. What if the guy pees in her mouth?
Angelica: It’s not gross, it’s just nature.
Jessica: What do you mean, nature? You think that’s how babies get made?
Yasmine: Ew. That’s gross.
Jessica: Look at the girl’s face. I bet it’s rape.
Indistinct voice: Rape?
Yasmine (excitedly): I hear if it’s rape, it goes right through your whole body. The guy puts it in and it comes out your mouth.
Angelica: No guy’s thing is long enough to come out of your mouth.
Yasmine: Well, it depends on the guy, of course.
Jessica: I’ve seen my brother’s. It’s not that long.
Yasmine: Maybe your brother’s hasn’t finished growing.
Later on in the film one of the girls finds a condom on the ground, blows into it to turn it into the shape of a breast and then puts it inside her shirt.
Shockingly, many in legacy media have praised this sick film. Rolling Stone called Cuties a “coming-of-age movie caught in the culture wars” and added, “Here’s what the film’s not: a salacious bit of pedo-bait designed to appeal to baser instincts rather than better angels.”
The media is gaslighting the public. The film itself signals to the audience that they know exactly what they are doing. At one point, the girls sneak into a laser tag stadium without paying and are caught by a guard. Remember, at this point the adult audience has watched multiple pedophilic scenes. When the guard says he needs to call their parents and grabs one of their arms, the girls accuse him of being a pervert.
“Stop copping a feel, you child molester,” one Cutie says.
“What’s the matter with you, man? You some kind of pervert or something?” says another.
“Whoa, I didn’t — No, no, no,” the guard insists.
“You want us to call our lawyer? Is that what you want?” they ask.
A second guard arrives and asks, “What’s going on here?”
“Your friend was trying to grope us,” a Cutie says.
“No, no, no, not at all,” the guard replies fearfully.
Next, one of the girls gets a message on her phone, revealing that the group has made the twerking finals. The first guard asks them to leave. Before they leave, Amy dances sexualized moves in front of him. The second guard smiles and watches while the first guard tries to remain stoic.
Later on at home, Amy starts to take off her clothes and offer herself sexually to a different adult man whose phone she stole. He pushes her away and says, “What’s wrong with you?” She then runs into the bathroom with the phone, pulls down her pants and underwear, takes a picture of her crotch, and publishes it online.
The message is clear: “Look at this precocious, sexpot 11-year-old trying to seduce grown men! The men have to resist her advances!” This is nothing more than twisted pedophile fantasy.
Law enforcement needs to investigate the individuals involved in the making and distribution of this film. Netflix must face consequences. The streaming service is sexually exploiting children and must be held responsible.
Please call Netflix at 888-373-8390 to share your outrage and tell them to cancel Cuties.