JJ Abrams defends sexual violence in Westworld



JJ Abrams has defended the level of sexual violence in his new television series Westworld, insisting the show's makers did not set out to "dehumanise women".
The Hollywood director joined cast members from the sci-fi Western, based on Michael Crichton's 1973 film about a futuristic theme park, at the show's world premiere in Los Angeles.
The opening scene of the series - which stars Sir Anthony Hopkins and Thandie Newton - implies that a lifelike female robot has been dragged off to be raped, prompting critics to question the amount of sexual violence on the HBO show and others... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Regional East, Views: 25
Source: Belper News
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