"12 Years a Slave" writer John Ridley, whose masterpiece Gone with the Wind was removed from HBO's Max streaming service, has turned his attention to Quentin Tarantino. He criticized the famous director for his "painful and infuriating use of the word" nigga ".
Ridley said there should be" discussions. "Representatives of Tarantino himself have not yet commented on these allegations. with "Gone with the Wind", the screenwriter insists that he did not "strive for censorship," and that the classic he caught in "spreading stereotypes about blacks is not historically correct."
"This is not history, this is historical fiction. Events are no more real than in science fiction. After all, if the action of the Spider-Man movies takes place in New York, this does not make it real. Yes, Gone With the Wind shows a civil war, and there are plantations, and then there were significant deviations from what it was in reality, "he added.
Recall that after owned by WarnerMedia streaming service HBO Max has removed Gone With the Wind, and sales of digital copies of the painting have skyrocketed in Amazon.
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