'The Wolf of Wall Street' Slammed for Being Offensive to People With Disabilities - US News and World Report: ""Among moviegoers who have paid to see 'The Wolf of Wall Street' in recent weeks are people with disabilities, their parents, siblings, and friends. It's time for Hollywood to wake up and see that their customers deserve better," Berns also said."
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"While we understand that the film's content is deliberately distasteful and excessive, it does not excuse it. It is astonishing that the film's producers, director and actors deemed this kind of language and portrayal to be acceptable – they can do better, and we urge them to," Bennett said.
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If the principle is, no making movies with any distasteful behavior, even if the movie is designed to condemn the distasteful behavior (which I understand the Wolf of Wall Street does), a director could never make a movie condemning the holocaust, racism or slavery.