Netflix faced a backlash from viewers in several countries following the recent release of the award-winning film, Cuties. Film, directed by Momona Durek, was criticized for having sex with young girls.
This is not the first time Netflix has faced criticism over its decision to air controversial films and series. In this list, let’s take a look at four other controversial films and series available on Netflix in Thailand. You can still see them after your decision.
Katis tells the story of an 11-year-old girl who rebels against her family’s conservative traditions. Hasil dari, the girl decides to join a group of dancers at her school called “The Cutesy” and she becomes more exciting with the free-spirited dance troupe, becoming more aware of her buried femininity.
The film was criticized for its sexual relations with young girls, and it won the Directional Award from the Sundance Institute in February. Although the film is available in Thailand, its release in Turkey was delayed after RTUK aired, stating that it could lead to child abuse.
The reality show follows a matchmaker who helps Indian and American Indian customers find a partner. The eight-episode show was criticized by some viewers as being sexist, class, and racist on the issue of touching old customs and arranged marriages in which family, teman, or matchmakers gathered between eligible candidates Were.
Despite its global popularity, Indian matchmaking triggered an online discussion about arranged marriages in India upon its release.
The American Teen Series, which runs for four seasons, tells the story of a 17-year-old high school student who kills himself. Before he ended his life, he left 13 tapes for 13 different people who could play a role in his decision to commit suicide.
In the final episode of season 1, viewers see a scene of a teenager biting his wrist in a bathtub. The film has since been criticized for suicide and glorification of suicide by various organizations and groups in the United States, including the Parents’ Television Council.
Tahun lalu, Netflix decided to remove a controversial graphic scene depicting suicide from the play based on advice from medical experts.
The recently released Polish film tells the story of Laura (Anna Maria Sicilola), imprisoned by the Sicilian mafia leader Massimo (Michele Moroni), who gives her a year to fall in love with her.
The film was criticized for rape and sexual trafficking after inviting various parties to British singer Duffy, who said the film received high levels of violence, seks, and nudity.