Music

Movie • 2021 • Music  Report
Does a cat die?
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Are there bugs?
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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meganf3000
An autistic teen is physically restrained during meltdown.
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meganf3000
I believe Zu is shown to go into relapse after taking care of Music
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meganf3000
Zu is a sober drug dealer who apparently goes into relapse because of Music (believe me i hate this too)
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ShanYuBeingSUS
The film includes a prone restraint scene, a horrible practice that multiple autistic children and teenagers have DIED from.
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Not squashed, but there is head trauma
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meganf3000
Idk if she does but if people restrain autistic people the way the other characters restrain Music it could be very harmful to their physical health and even fatal.
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Paci
I have autism and I almost had a seazure for how bad it was (but for real, the movie is potentially harmful to autistic people who have hypersensitivity)
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meganf3000
People probably wouldn’t call this torture but to autistic people it definitely is. Music gets physically restrained during meltdown TWICE.
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ShanYuBeingSUS
I don't know why there is more no's than yeses. Felix's (an Asian kid) father chokes his mother then strikes Felix, knocking him into a table and killing him; blood is quickly seen. PS: I am actually autistic and I despised this movie so much all of my heart!
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cha0ticneutralsys
Autistic meltdowns but similar
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cassandrasaurus
In response to a meltdown, an autistic minor is forcibly restrained and pinned face down on the ground with an adult partially sitting on top of them. This is also known as the “prone” restraint and it is highly dangerous and can cause asphyxiation in the individual being restrained. It should be noted that the autistic minor was not a danger to herself or others, only engaging in loud vocal stimming and lightly slapping herself. The adult caregivers’ FIRST response was to restrain her with zero attempts at non-violent de-escalation. The narrative does not seem to frame this as abuse (it is) but as a “normal” and necessary response to a meltdown.
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Does a baby cry?
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jazzmontesdeoca
You don't even have to watch the movie to see this, the trailer is full of very triggering flashing lights and very fast changes/movements. Absolutely not accessible.
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meganf3000
This whole movie is ableist because it perpetuates the fact that autistic people are broken or need to be cured. The main autistic character is played by a neurotypical actress, there are scenes infantilising Music and physically restraining her during meltdown. Sia also partnered with an autistic hate group to make this movie (Autism Speaks).
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jazzmontesdeoca
And also repetitive mockery of autistic movements/stims, which also feels deeply hateful.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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