Saltillo.- One of the releases as a strong card for this season in the cinema was the film Lightyear, which focuses on the astronaut story of the legendary Buzz from Toy Story.
To the surprise of fans and the general public, within the plot a character belonging to the LGBTT+ community is told who stars in a kiss scene with which in the story is your sentimental partner,
As soon as the film landed worldwide when that scene provoked criticism in more than a dozen Muslim-majority countries, which banned the Disney film.
They warned us that it could happen. We weren’t going to trade the movie we wanted for just a handful of countries with retrograde views, to put it mildly.”
Galyn Susman, film director
“We were warned that it could happen,” acknowledged Lightyear producer Galyn Susman. He added that “We weren’t going to trade the movie we wanted for just a handful of countries with retrograde views, to put it mildly,” he said, according to the AFP agency.
But the retractors were not countries outside America, but within social networks, parents and some other adults did not accept and punished the film even without seeing it.
Among the comments there are those who claimed that the scene was “forced” or an imposed gender ideology. Others, in addition to applauding these assertions, questioned “the quality” of the story and film for adding characters with different sexual preferences.
On the other hand, users applauded the inclusion of such content, which would be, in their words, the “responsibility” of parents to educate them and guide them in the questions that arise.
ANNOYING THE VOICE BEHIND THE ASTRONAUT
And although the news of the film’s ban in several countries spread like wildfire, it exploded until Chris Evans, andThe actor who voiced Buzz on the tape reproached the rulers for the controversial decision not to screen the film.
Sign before the media the actor who played Captain America of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, He said that “there will always be people who are afraid, are not aware and try to hold on to what was before.”
He added that “Those people die like dinosaurs. I think the goal is ignore them, move forward and embrace the growth that makes us human”, he pointed out during the promotion of the film created by Disney and Pixar for the whole family.
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And although nothing has been said, in the midst of the controversy, producers and film specialists hope that the Toy Story spin-off opens between $70 and $80 million in 4,200 theaters in the United States in its opening weekend. (With information from Agencies)