An Argentinian film on Netflix titled Desire has come under fire for showing illegal content. According to PJ Media, the movie features a scene with two very young girls engaging in graphic panting and child pornography. It is not art, it is illegal and horrendous.
The scene in the sick, and the vile film gained a lot of attention last week when a clip was uploaded on social media. Parents across the world were able to see the scene and were emphatically against Netflix streaming child pornography for profit. An investigation is underway, and many are hoping the company pays dearly.
And now, many are demanding the company be held accountable for running such a despicable film to millions of users.
In the opening scene of the movie, two young girls — who both look to be under 10 years old — are playing “horse” on pillows in their room. The older girl begins to masturbate as the younger sister watches. The camera then zooms into the older sister’s face, drawing explicit attention to her facial expressions, panting, and moaning.
The graphics scene ends with the little sister watching the older girl have an orgasm, which the film attempts to portray as a beautiful moment. That is not art; it is illegal, sick, and disgusting.
It is downright disgusting, and people are rightfully ticked off that they are paying for a streaming service that apparently endorses child exploitation.
PJ Media reports that it filed a complaint with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, and that the agency indicated it had launched an investigation into the matter.
Under current federal child pornography laws, child pornography is defined as any visual depiction of sexually explicit conduct involving a minor.
In this film, the two girls are clearly very young and far from being the legal age of consent. More importantly, why did their parents allow them to be in this film and partake in such an alarming scene? How could parents allow their young children to take place in such a sexually explicit scene?
Aside from that, it appears Netflix likely violated the law and the terms of the agreement that all users are required to accept when signing up for the service.
This movie clearly shows underage girls engaging in sexual acts. Netflix, who views and approves all content that runs on the platform, was aware that these young children were engaging in such acts. In fact, Netflix is apparently selling child porn for profit. The company, based on the current definition, is in violation of distributing child pornography.
Hollywood continues its quest to degrade morality in the country for profit, and Netflix is apparently far more concerned with making money than protecting children.