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An Argentinian movie that Netflix offers called Desire is upsetting subscribers because of what looks like illegal content. Viewers on Facebook have shared a clip of the movie and are calling it outright child porn. In the opening scene, two little girls who look to be about seven and nine are playing "horse" on pillows. The older girl begins to obviously masturbate as the younger child watches. The camera even takes this scene into a closeup of the child's face in slow motion, moving up and down and panting like a porn star. The scene is graphic and includes an orgasm. The film is directed by Diego Kaplan.


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https://pjmedia.com/trending/netflixs-desire-streams-disturbing-scenes-of-child-pornography/

I hope Netflix burns for this. Pedophilia is not acceptable. If you have a Netflix account, I highly suggest you unsubscribe. This is absolutely unforgivable.
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maybe the movie somehow slipped through. i would venture a guess that the trailer / movie description didnt have anything suspicious.
i wouldnt cancel a subscription unless they knowingly keep the movie or try to defend it. not that i actually have one anyway, so i guess my point is moot. lol.
i expect netflix to remove it and the ceo to make a public apology sometime soon.
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I seen worst in anime
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meanwhile, on Crunchyroll:
http://www.crunchyroll.com/the-ryuos-work-is-never-done


First of all this anime is accepting pedophilia. You get the first episode the main dude falling down with naked nine-year old loli. Second episode where having him sleepover with three more loli.

https://myanimelist.net/anime/35905/Ryuuou_no_Oshigoto
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I am curious will the Director and all individuals involved in this disgusting filth be investigated, and the children given counseling.
I am not certain of who monitors the content on Netflix, but perhaps the people hired should receive a pay deduction or be replaced considering how long the "film" was available.
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Is it some sort of arthouse depiction made to look like pedophilia or actual pedophilia?
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mxdan wrote:

Is it some sort of arthouse depiction made to look like pedophilia or actual pedophilia?


Either way, it doesn't belong anywhere.
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...Argentina does have laws, right?
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WHAT...................IN THEEEEEEEE FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU-Netflix what are you doing?! Check your shit!
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>people equating cartoons with someone filming actual child abuse

I mean, I don't like the loli bs either, but come on.
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mxdan wrote:

Is it some sort of arthouse depiction made to look like pedophilia or actual pedophilia?


I"m thinking arthouse depiction just based off the comment section of the people who actually saw the scene.


Netflix is now distributing child porn for profit. This is not surprising to anyone who read my expose on Netflix's original series, Big Mouth, which is nothing but a cartoon that grooms kids for child abuse. It is a hideous and outrageous piece of garbage that includes talking genitalia of children, children telling jokes about blow jobs, and constant, unending masturbation. The obvious next step for Netflix is real-life children engaging in sexual activity. The question must be asked. How low can the entertainment industry go? And what kind of parents took money for their child to be used in this way?


To me this statement alone sounds like the author has a bone to pick with Netflix because they carry content that is legal,but that they disagree with. It pushes the angle that Netflix is trying to push CP onto the masses for profit over a more reasonable explanation of a huge vetting error.


I reported it to the FBI and the Department of Justice, who advised me to contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.


It does sound like the FBI,and DOJ found no interest in the claim,and just directed this lady to go bug NCMEC.
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This film was made in Argentina what does Argentinian law have to say about it/
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MonoDreams wrote:


mxdan wrote:

Is it some sort of arthouse depiction made to look like pedophilia or actual pedophilia?


Either way, it doesn't belong anywhere.


One is illegal and one usually isn't. One may have some sort of merit to artistic meaning the other is perversion and abuse. As an artist I may not understand why someone would want to depict children in an abusive manner but I still think It's that freedom that needs to be protected.
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This film was made in Argentina what does Argentinian law have to say about it/


Law 23.849
Los Derechos del Niño (Children's Rights)
Article 34


translation:
The States shall protect minors against all forms of exploitation and sexual abuse.
In order to accomplish this, the States shall take all the necessary measures, national, bilateral and multinational necessary to prevent:

a) a child from being incited or coerced into doing any illegal sexual activity
b) child prostitution or other forms of illegal sexual activity
c) child exploitation in shows or porno material.
http://www.sipi.siteal.iipe.unesco.org/sites/default/files/sipi_normativa/ley_no_23849-90_aprueba_la_cdn.pdf
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uncletim wrote:

This film was made in Argentina what does Argentinian law have to say about it/


Law 23.849
Los Derechos del Niño (Children's Rights)
Article 34


translation:
The States shall protect minors against all forms of exploitation and sexual abuse.
In order to accomplish this, the States shall take all the necessary measures, national, bilateral and multinational necessary to prevent:

a) a child from being incited or coerced into doing any illegal sexual activity
b) child prostitution or other forms of illegal sexual activity
c) child exploitation in shows or porno material.
http://www.sipi.siteal.iipe.unesco.org/sites/default/files/sipi_normativa/ley_no_23849-90_aprueba_la_cdn.pdf


hmm since they allowed the film to be made and released there it must not have broken those laws
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