27 February 2020

Netflix ordered to pull film depicting Jesus as gay

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A judge in Brazil has ordered Netflix to stop showing a "blasphemous" Christmas special that depicts Jesus as a gay man. reports citing Sky News that Rio de Janeiro judge Benedicto Abicair issued the ruling in a response to a petition by a Brazilian Catholic organization which argued The First Temptation Of Christ film had hurt the "honor of millions of Catholics".

The ruling is valid until another court orders otherwise.

The film depicts Jesus returning home on his 30th birthday and suggests he is a homosexual.

The Netflix special was produced by the Rio-based firm Porta dos Fundos, whose headquarters were targeted in a petrol bomb attack on Christmas Eve.

No one was hurt in the attack, and a video circulating days later on social media showed three men claiming responsibility.

2020.01.09 / 18:13
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