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Duffy Wants 365 Days to be taken down from Netflix as it glamorizes rape

And she's right.

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Welsh Singer/actress Aimee Anne Duffy also known as Duffy wants ‘365 Days’ to be taken down from Netflix. This Polish movie ‘365 Days’ can mentally upset many victims of physical abuse and r—. There are so many people out there who are living with physically frustrated partners. During the ongoing pandemic, victims of both s*xual and domestic abuse are increasing.

And movies like ‘Fifty Shades Of Grey and 365 Days’ are only going to make things worse. Though Duffy has only raised voice against this polish movie’365 Days’. There is a long list of movies that should be taken down from Netflix. I think ‘Love’ from 2015 should be taken down first. Because it’s worst than 365 Days.

The movie paints human trafficking in a positive light

For all those people who still haven’t watched it, you are better off without it. This movie is disturbing from the starting till the end. The bad guy kidnaps an innocent girl and takes her on a wild ride. So the movie is basically portraying s– trafficking in a very sensual way. And planting ideas to so many people out there who are still unaware of the fact that these things should be enjoyed by both the parties. By both parties, I mean the ones who are on receiving end and the ones who are on the giving end. And it should always be with consent. No one should be forced into anything.

A lot of people get a kick out of watching movies like ‘365 Days’ and ‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’. I don’t even know how the writers of these movies think that money can buy your self-respect, your innocence, and in short your everything. This needs to stop.

Why Does The Singer Want Netflix to take down this Polish Movie ‘365 Days’?

365 Days was actually trending at #1 spot on Netflix. And it’s about time that a very strong woman like Duffy has finally taken a step and raised her voice against this problematic movie. And wrote a brief letter too:

“I just can’t imagine how Netflix could overlook how careless, insensitive and dangerous this is. It has even prompted some young women, recently, to jovially ask Michele Morrone, the lead actor in the film, to kidnap them. We all know Netflix would not host material glamorizing p*dophilia, racism, homophobia, genocide, or any other crimes against humanity. The world would rightly rise up and scream.”

A few months ago Duffy was drugged, kidnapped, r-ped, and held captive for four weeks. She writes a letter to Reed Hastings who is the CEO of Netflix. And holds him accountable for the streaming of this very disturbing movie, with very disturbing visuals and storyline.

Glamorizing of abuse and human trafficking isn’t okay

No one in their right mind should promote human kidnapping/trafficking and s-xual abuse. And hurt so many people out there who are victims of violence and physical abuse. That is what Duffy is trying to emphasize here:

365 Days has brought great hurt to those who have endured the pains and horrors that this film glamorizes, for entertainment and for dollars. What I and others who know these injustices need is the exact opposite — a narrative of truth, hope and to be given a voice.”

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