The Disney film studio has been known for its adult- children oriented movies. That is inclusive of its ability to hide childhood fairy tales within the conundrum of adult action. Easily perceived with its latest live-action remake of “the Beauty and the Beast”. A movie and story that actually tests the patience of its makers and brought Disney to a damage control mode.
The movie which marginally contains a gay subplot, originally described as a first for a high budget children’s film, called the wrath of the conservative pundits and cinemas alike. A plot that confused the orthodox parents to the zenith. Imagine explaining to children that a film featuring a talking candle has a character who falls in love with another man. A candle and a man, weird… Continue reading