Jun 13, HBO Euphoria, the highly stylized teen drama from HBO, doesn't debut until this Sunday, but it is already starting to cause its fair share of controversy. Starring Zendaya as a high school student who self-medicates with drugs and alcohol to numb her emotional pain, Euphoria is an unflinching look at teenage life that doesn't shy away from showing the complex world that Generation Z must navigate. And HBO is standing by its new show—which absolutely does have a lot of sex and drugs—despite reports of controversy during production and outrage from a parents' group. According to The Hollywood Reporter , one actor allegedly quit the show because the content was so intense.
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However, the film has also been slammed for its evident misogyny and the way it glorifies toxic masculinity. To begin with, no piece of art exists in a vacuum. Whether it's a song, painting, book, or film, it is a product of its culture and carries the imprint of its maker's politics. Art is indeed subjective and that's why we have many ways of looking at the same product at different points in time, and from different perspectives. When it comes to a mass medium like cinema which requires enormous amounts of money to be made, it is only to be expected that artistic choices are influenced by what is considered acceptable and will sell in the market. This means that more often than not, and especially in India, films rarely challenge mainstream ideas and norms. Instead, they reiterate and magnify these sociocultural values repeatedly through the popular actors whom the public loves and trusts.
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Arissa finds a roommate and plans to return to Nevada. Alton and Irulan decide to have a relationship after the show concludes. Content: 10 obscenities, 1 bleeped Arissa's mother calls when Arissa is obviously drunk. Frank takes the call and antagonizes Arissa, by asking her if she is drunk. All the while Arissa's mother repeatedly says over the phone "I'll kill that bitch.
He is the latest icon of male sexuality in Bollywood as evident from the growing number of hits on the first trailer of the movie on YouTube. I am wondering why full monty of the male sex draws bitter flak and frown from the same gender, while exploitation of female sexuality for steamy bed scenes and hot item numbers in Bollywood is appreciated under the pretext of creative justice to the script. The Eves of Bollywood including Sunny Leone, Poonam Pandey, Sherlin Chopra, Sonali Raut and Surveen Chawla are offering the apple of unbarred sensuality which is no more a forbidden fruit to their co-stars and audience of the opposite sex. We know all that script is the life and soul, and story is the flesh and blood of the movies starring Amir Khan in the lead.