Medeas is a daring and lyrical exploration of alienation and desperation through the intimate observation of a family's inner lives and their relationship to each other and their ...
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Medeas is a daring and lyrical exploration of alienation and desperation through the intimate observation of a family's inner lives and their relationship to each other and their environment. Without moral judgment, it probes the boundaries of human behavior and the lengths to which people can be driven for love and self-preservation.Written by
Cultural Appropriation and Insulted Minority Group
This production's crew has done cultural appropriation by allowing a hearing person to steal a role of a Deaf character who uses American Sign Language. No different than giving the role to a white actress for a colored character. This is unacceptable, sickening and the movie itself has shot its own feet when the production crew refused to hire a Deaf actress with an excuse saying that we must give it a watch before we can criticize the movie but the problem is that from the very beginning they insulted the Deaf community.
There are several Deaf actresses who would fit in that character prefectly. The best way to find a Deaf actress or actor is by checking out the Deaf Talent. They have experiences in broadway, one of them won a oscar, one of them is on the way to win a tony award and the list goes on. It is unacceptable, just as it would be if the role were given to a white actor for a colored character. If you have a respect for the Deaf community, please avoid this movie at all cost and do not give this movie any attention as it does not deserve so.
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