This warning message only appears the first time the viewer presses play.
The first scenes in the hit series Stranger Things 4 accidentally quite similar to the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. This unfortunate coincidence caused Netflix to quickly issue a warning about the content.
“We finished filming Stranger Things 4 last year, but the recent heartbreaking incident in Texas may have left viewers affected by the first scene of episode 1. We are truly heartbroken and saddened. for families who have lost loved ones”, the message Netflix conveys in the film.
The above warning message only appears the first time the viewer presses play. Before that, Netflix removed the movie recommending scenes on YouTube.
The first episode of Stranger Things 4 titled “Hell’s Fire Club” featured a horrific attack that left most of the children and staff dead, quite similar to the shooting event that left two teachers and 19 students dead. died in Texas.
More seriously, the Obi-Wan Kenobi series also opens with children being murdered in a school setting, and Disney also adds a content warning, but it appears on the film’s website, rather than at the beginning of the episode. film.
Both Obi-Wan Kenobi and Stranger Things 4 open with gruesome school murders that could have been purely coincidental. But after what happened in Uvalde, it’s not hard to see both series tapping into something poignant about the country they were born in – all during the most difficult times, without being able to act. describe in words.
Thai Hoang (according to The Verge)