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Caroline Flack Has A Posthumous Appearance In Movie Greed

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The former Love Island host Caroline Flack made her one last appearance on screen in a Michael Winterbottom film. Movie Greed only recently launched in cinemas, and reports suggest that Flack has a posthumous appearance in it. The host-actor tragically took her own life last week just a few days before the release of this film. Starring Steve Coogan and Isla Fisher, the movie is apparently based on the famous seven deadly sins in a satirical setting.

The Caroline Flack Trailer of Greed

Movie Greed released a few days ago on February 21 and Caroline Flack has a posthumous appearance there. The short role assigned to her goes something like this: The 40-year-old plays a character of an announcer who hands a cheque to Steve’s Sir Richard McCreadie. She announces “Now time for the man you’ve all been waiting for. The king of the high street!”

Coogan paid a short tribute to Flack by paying respects to her family and loved ones while coming on stage for the BBC Breakfast show. He said that her death raised quite a few questions about things that led to this event. Take a look:

“There are lots of issues that are raised by it. I am sure you have talked about that – to do with social media, to do with the press, to do with the discourse that takes place specifically on social media, and also to do with the way the press behave.”

According to Coogan people on social media need to be more empathic so they do not blatantly criticize others over every minuscule thing.

“I certainly think that, really, the problem with social media is that people don’t see the whites of the eyes of the person they are talking to, so they behave in quite a reprehensible way.”

He hopes that people start taking a second look at what they said on social media in hopes of them realizing how wrong is the way they said all that. They need to question how they behave and how they talk to each other, the actor suggested. Greed premiered last year in Toronto International Film Festival and now will have Caroline Flack, the Love Island host, appearing in it.

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