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    washingtonpost | Teo Armus | 9/11/20 | 4 min
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    • thorgalle2 weeks ago

      I wouldn't judge the whole movie from a sensationalized trailer or poster before actually seeing it. I do believe movies can function as social commentary as or cautionary tales, there's probably many other commentary films where stills/sections can be taken out context.

      I wonder: if Twitter didn't exist, would Netflix have had the opportunity to quietly change the material after some direct feedback? Would the changed version have triggered a similar outrage?