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Posted 6/28/18 , edited 8/16/18
the quoted article seems to strongly suggest that it broke the law. i also remember reading an opinion piece about Argentina not doing enough to protect the rights of children while looking for the link i posted. maybe the law is there but is not enforced as is done in the US?
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Posted 6/28/18 , edited 8/16/18
Millenials discover the use of exploitation in Latin American cinema. Also, the movie was already rated by the INCAA, the film rating system of Argentina.
http://calificaciones.incaa.gob.ar/index.php?q=DESEAR%C3%81S+AL+HOMBRE+DE+TU+HERMANA+&director=Diego+Kaplan&bt_buscar=Buscar+Calificaciones

Nuff' said.
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Ah i saw something about this on FaceBook. A group i follow, someone posted it up , i clicked on it whilst in the lunch room at work. Thankfully i had the volume off but i freaked out and turned it off part way through worried someone behind me may have seen lol^^;
I was like "wtf was that and why was it even posted?" It wasn't posted in a positive light btw.
I did look at the groups page later on but it was removed. I wasn't sure what the hell it was from, had no idea it was from a movie.

EDIT: Probably a reasonable or at least arguable comment someone posted on page 1 about seeing worse in anime.. Not that anime is real people but yeah.
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Posted 6/28/18 , edited 8/16/18

mxdan wrote:


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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.


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.


Just wanted to voice my agreement with you about this, and thank you for asking that important question rather than taking the initial assertion about this content at face value.
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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


Why I dropped the damn show. It was good until he said, "Will you marry me?" or something similar. F*** this s*** I'm out.
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Posted 6/28/18 , edited 8/16/18
Curious, the film was released in October of 2017, so if the allegations are true, nearly a year passed and no one noticed. It made $416,488 at the box office so people saw it. Everyone who saw it prior to this week, the cast, the crew, critics, whoever reviews films in Argentina all saw it and approved. On RT listed in genre the first words are Art House. Some former manager at a blockbuster video spent weeks searching Netflix for any iota of an impropriety and final found one. People see the headline: Netflix Distributes Child Pornography! and automatically jump on the demonization bandwagon because in this world if you don't overtly condemn that which is already illegal and immoral; you clearly condone it.

TL;DR - I vote for the freedom to make content that makes people uncomfortable within the bounds of the law. This film was released nearly a year before the outrage. Better minds than yours didn't find it illegal.
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Posted 6/28/18 , edited 8/16/18

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Curious, the film was released in October of 2017, so if the allegations are true, nearly a year passed and no one noticed. It made $416,488 at the box office so people saw it. Everyone who saw it prior to this week, the cast, the crew, critics, whoever reviews films in Argentina all saw it and approved. On RT listed in genre the first words are Art House. Some former manager at a blockbuster video spent weeks searching Netflix for any iota of an impropriety and final found one. People see the headline: Netflix Distributes Child Pornography! and automatically jump on the demonization bandwagon because in this world if you don't overtly condemn that which is already illegal and immoral; you clearly condone it.

TL;DR - I vote for the freedom to make content that makes people uncomfortable within the bounds of the law. This film was released nearly a year before the outrage. Better minds than yours didn't find it illegal.


It is the time of false outrage though.
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Posted 6/29/18 , edited 8/16/18

namealreadytaken wrote:

the quoted article seems to strongly suggest that it broke the law. i also remember reading an opinion piece about Argentina not doing enough to protect the rights of children while looking for the link i posted. maybe the law is there but is not enforced as is done in the US?


As of right now it's just the author's opinion that the film in question is CP,and that Netflix broke the law.

The full movie is posted on youtube,and frankly this whole thing is overblown imo. The scene is still controversial,but I doubt it steps into the bounds of actual CP.

Another thing to note is how theses news outlets including Fox News ran theses articles while the film is still accessible on Netflix. If this was a case of CP than they would all be promoting CP since they told us where to find it,and the actual name of the film,and their legal teams wouldn't allow the articles to be posted until the content was taken down.
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Posted 6/29/18 , edited 8/16/18
So the way it seems, everything is overblown or something?

Is Netflix going to take it down(I feel they should)?

Was this overblown or what?
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Posted 6/29/18 , edited 8/16/18

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namealreadytaken wrote:

the quoted article seems to strongly suggest that it broke the law. i also remember reading an opinion piece about Argentina not doing enough to protect the rights of children while looking for the link i posted. maybe the law is there but is not enforced as is done in the US?


As of right now it's just the author's opinion that the film in question is CP,and that Netflix broke the law.

The full movie is posted on youtube,and frankly this whole thing is overblown imo. The scene is still controversial,but I doubt it steps into the bounds of actual CP.

Another thing to note is how theses news outlets including Fox News ran theses articles while the film is still accessible on Netflix. If this was a case of CP than they would all be promoting CP since they told us where to find it,and the actual name of the film,and their legal teams wouldn't allow the articles to be posted until the content was taken down.


Youtube have moderation shortage, which could explain the movie being available on that platform. you can typically find full length movies, even though violation of copyright is strictly against the terms of service. if the movie was flagged and does contain CP, i expect that the mod reviewing it would remove it. you do have a point though that if it was indeed CP, it was irresponsible for the author to say the name.
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Time to unsubscribe to Netflix and get Pureflix. Who’s with me?
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Time to unsubscribe to Netflix and get Pureflix. Who’s with me?


I thought you were joking but damn
I just can't see "Pureflix and chill" becoming a thing
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Posted 6/29/18 , edited 8/16/18

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Ruleaus wrote:

Time to unsubscribe to Netflix and get Pureflix. Who’s with me?


I thought you were joking but damn
I just can't see "Pureflix and chill" becoming a thing


We’ll make it a thing. Start by asking church people to Pureflix and chill. They’ll be down.

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A night of bible reading
vs
A night of hot sweaty "Hang on for dear life this is going to be a rough one: sex

Yeah I can see that happening
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uncletim wrote:

A night of bible reading
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A night of hot sweaty "Hang on for dear life this is going to be a rough one: sex

Yeah I can see that happening


Heh now, the Song of Solomon gets pretty spicy!
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