Chilean author, influencer, and body diversity activist Antonia Larrain has addressed the criticism the film starring Brendan Fraser has received.
Controversy and debates caused by influencer remarks on social networks Antonia Larrain After the movie release “whale” (“Whale”), the same one that got the hero, Brendan Fraser recently won the Best Actor award at the Academy Awards ceremony in Hollywood.
Shown in your account Instagram Her opinion of the film, and how the main character represents her overweight, made the writer and activist for body diversity explain why the director keeps her away from his films. . Darren Aronofsky (“Requiem for a Dream”, “Black Swan”).
“The truth is, I’ve never seen it, nor do I want to. The reviews other fat artists have done about it are good enough for me. OrIt seems very re-victimized, the whole stereotype of the ideas people have about fat people,” the author said. “Shameless Body” publication debut.
“They didn’t cast someone who wasn’t fat or queer in a fat and queer role. I don’t know what else to say.of fat suit these costumes are for dressing fat people when there are fat actors… umm no,” he added to the “story” saga.
According to her story, Larrain was invited to the Chilean avant-garde premiere of the film, but she rejected the offer because she had reservations about the production.
“I want to say that they invited me to the Avant Premiere to see the movie. “I wanted to go see her and tell her in person what happened to me, but I declined. My mental health. Not worth it” he explained.
On social networks, Antonia Larrain’s remarks sparked widespread debate in this regard, with the communicator’s name becoming one of the most replicated concepts among local Twitter users since Monday night.
Antonia Larrain is not alone: critique of whales
However, the issues surrounding “whales” are not mentioned in the local cybernetic controversy.Since its premiere, the film has been criticized for “Fat phobia” by film critics or civil society actors.
“If we can end the stigma against obese people, it would be a step in the right direction.” , Fraser defended himself in dialogue with the BBC following initial criticism of the film. “We tend to lose sight of the fact that they are human beings with thoughts and feelings, hearts and families. And it’s a story that takes place behind closed doors,” he added.
Meanwhile, director Darren Aronofsky also faced concerns about the decision not to cast an obese person in the lead role. “From a health standpoint, it’s prohibitively expensive… It’s impossible to fill with a real person to address these issues.” he told the BBC, despite experts saying filming the movie wouldn’t put overweight people at risk.
“(The Whale) is a very human, inhumane film.” , I have written Author of Roxane Gay in a review published in The New York Times.
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