Streaming service HBO Max returned to its catalog the masterpiece of world cinema - the movie adaptation of Margaret Mitchell's novel "Gone with the Wind", after it was blocked during massive US protests. Now, as a preface, subscribers will watch a special video that talks about the movie's "mistaken, romantic view of the pre-war South."
"Reflecting this world through a nostalgic lens denies the horrors of slavery, as well as the entire legacy of racial inequality. Watching "Gone With the Wind" can be awkward and even painful, but it is still important that classic Hollywood movies are available to us in their original form, "- said in a statement on the matter. The movie is also accompanied by a series of additional materials,
The Topic of Article: HBO returns Gone with the Wind with Mention of Wrong Views.