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GTFO: Get the F&#% Out (2015)

Not Rated | | Documentary | June 2015 (USA)
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A documentary about women in gaming.

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Credited cast:
Leigh Alexander Leigh Alexander ... Herself
Jenny Haniver Jenny Haniver ... Herself
Robin Hunicke Robin Hunicke ... Herself
Rhianna Pratchett Rhianna Pratchett ... Herself
Brenda Romero Brenda Romero ... Herself
Anita Sarkeesian Anita Sarkeesian ... Herself
Brianna Wu Brianna Wu ... Herself
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Sparked by a public display of sexual harassment in 2012, GTFO pries open the video game world to explore a 20 billion dollar industry that is riddled with discrimination and misogyny. In recent years, the gaming community has grown more diverse than ever. This has led to a massive clash of values and women receive the brunt of the consequences every day, with acts of harassment ranging from name calling to cyber vandalism and death threats. Through interviews with video game developers, journalists, and academics, GTFO paints a complex picture of the video game industry, while revealing the systemic and human motivations behind acts of harassment. GTFO is the beginning of a larger conversation that will shape the future of the video game world. Written by Anonymous

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Keep an Open Mind
21 January 2016 | by felipeluzardoSee all my reviews

You need to keep an open mind while watching this documentary. Remember that people are just stating their opinions, and try to value them. I personally did not agree with all of the statements or world views portrayed, but still think it's important to hear them.

Unfortunately it is very easy as a guy and especially if you are a gamer to become infuriated by some of the arguments (or the mere sight of Anita Sarkeesian). But if you are able to get past that you might actually discover that there are many valid points being made.

I love gaming and video games and I think everyone should be able to enjoy them, man or woman. I would hate to be told I cannot do the thing I love because of my gender. That is why I think people should give this film a chance. Perhaps next time you meet a female gamer in lobby or forum you will think twice before casually making a sexist joke or comment.


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