Duffy Pens Open Letter To Netflix, Urges Then To Show "More Responsibly"

In response to the film 365 Days...Duffy has penned an open letter to Netflix, urging them to show "more responsibility" with regards to hit film 365 Days. The film depicts a violent kidnap, which then leads to sex trafficking, with Michele Morrone in the lead role. The Welsh singer recently opened up about her own experiences of kidnap, and sexual abuse, and in a new message urges the broadcaster to think about its actions. Duffy says she believes the film treats "the serious crime of kidnapping and sex trafficking" as "erotic entertainment." The fan culture surrounding the hit has seen many on social media demanding Michelle Morrone kidnap them, with Duffy explaining: "I encourage the millions who have enjoyed the movie to reflect on the reality of kidnapping and trafficking, of force and sexual exploitation, and of an experience that is the polar opposite of the glossy fantasy depicted.” Writing the open letter to Netflix chief Reed Hastings, Duffy closes by saying: "When we know better, let us do better." Join us on the ad-free creative social network Vero, as we get under the skin of global cultural happenings. Follow Clash Magazine as we skip merrily between clubs, concerts, interviews and photo shoots. Get backstage sneak peeks, exclusive content and access to Clash Live events and a true view into our world as the fun and games unfold. Buy Clash Magazine    

Duffy Pens Open Letter To Netflix, Urges Then To Show "More Responsibly"
In response to the film 365 Days...

Duffy has penned an open letter to Netflix, urging them to show "more responsibility" with regards to hit film 365 Days.

The film depicts a violent kidnap, which then leads to sex trafficking, with Michele Morrone in the lead role.

The Welsh singer recently opened up about her own experiences of kidnap, and sexual abuse, and in a new message urges the broadcaster to think about its actions.

Duffy says she believes the film treats "the serious crime of kidnapping and sex trafficking" as "erotic entertainment."

The fan culture surrounding the hit has seen many on social media demanding Michelle Morrone kidnap them, with Duffy explaining:

"I encourage the millions who have enjoyed the movie to reflect on the reality of kidnapping and trafficking, of force and sexual exploitation, and of an experience that is the polar opposite of the glossy fantasy depicted.”

Writing the open letter to Netflix chief Reed Hastings, Duffy closes by saying: "When we know better, let us do better."

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Track Of The Day 2/7 - thisisNAMASTE
'Girl I Got You'

No one should ever feel ashamed or embarrassed to ask for help.

Sure, it can sometimes feel like a big, even insurmountable step, but once you've done it, those worries fade away.

This is the core of thisisNAMASTE's new single, with 'Girl I Got You' echoing the note of support she sometimes need in her own life.

It finds the Scottish alt-pop riser really putting herself out there emotionally, revealing a huge amount about her inner life.

Out tomorrow - July 3rd - it's expertly pieced together, surging towards that chorus, like a warm embrace from an old friend.

Hailing from the tiny town of Lanark, she's got her eyes set on the world, while remaining intimately connected to who she really is.

thisisNAMASTE explains...

"This song is about my constant inner battle with anxiety. Sometimes I feel like I am on top of the world and can do anything, but then my anxiety decides to pipe in and is like 'haha you suck!' and makes me second guess everything. Anxiety and mental health is something that effects so many of us in different ways." 

"This song is a reminder to myself and hopefully to others, that we are bigger than our anxieties and insecurities, we can do whatever we set our minds to and we truly are enough."

Tune in now.

thisisNAMASTE · Girl I Got You

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