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Me and my two friends just find out about this story in the news of this guy doing makeups and directing/acting in "obscene" movies . The guy did a movie, 10 minutes long, named "Inner depravaty" and he's being charge for "corrupting morals" in Canada. So we've decided to watch it and this is the story:
First, you see scenes form a serial rapist-killer (not necessarily it that order. Watch out, it is not for the sensitive ones) who's committing these lasvicious and manical murders. While on severe drug rush, he commits lewd crimes on two credible victims, famous actresses here in Canada. We have to admit there's a good variety of rape/murder techniques that makes the movie entertaining from the beginning to the end. Society thinks this is going to far and is deeply judging this king of creativity. Why only them could judge what is moral or not.
Our societies should evolve
As Richard Martineau said in his TV show interviewing the producer/actor "The real people understand him, this is a surrealistic situation". "There was no urge to call interpol in that situation, this is overreacting"
I strongly recommend you not to told anyone you've watched this unique piece of 7th art, because people could judge you very harshly. And to this watch it only when the kids aren't around.
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