Producers Of Movie About Falling In Love With Nazis Using DMCA To Silence Criticism
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Producers Of Movie About Falling In Love With Nazis Using DMCA To Silence Criticism

Apparently the producers of the movie "Where Hands Touch," which is being widely panned as terrible (NY Times calls it a "gut-wrenching misfire" and notes "by the end of the movie, my jaw felt unhinged from dropping so often."), aren’t responding well to the criticism. While some of the criticism is about the "plodding" storyline, much of it is about the main plot, which is about a black woman in Nazi Germany — who appears to support the Nazi cause — falling in love with a Hitler Youth. The film got little attention in its theatrical release, but became available online recently, and apparently the producers decided that people tweeting negative things about it deserve to be hit with DMCA takedowns . It seems to have started with Haaniyah Angus who live tweeted watching the film. Reading the entire thread is a treat (seriously, go read it), here are just a couple of clips from her live tweeting: YALL IM YELLING — niggathée chalamet (@hanxine) January 2, 2019 Like this romance is so poorly written outside of the weird Nazi x black woman thing — niggathée chalamet (@hanxine) January 2, 2019 This is such a poorly edited film my […]

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