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A bestiality flick won "Best Picture" at the 90th Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday at Dolby Theatre.
Director Guillermo Del Toro's "The Shape of Water" is a story about a woman endangering America during the height of the Cold War because she couldn't resist having a sexual relationship with a fish.
Here's how Jacaranda FM glowingly described it:
Is it bestiality or a display of the phenomenon of love? The Shape of Water shows you that love conquers everything. Sally Hawkins plays a cleaning lady tasked to clean a room in a high security government facility which captured a creature possessing abilities unheard-of. Unable to extract these abilities and scared of the possibility that it might favour the opposition, officials set out to kill the animal. The leading lady, Elisa a mute and living a highly isolated life goes beyond to continue their affair and conspires a plan to steal it.Here's the full story of the film from Wikipedia:
Elisa Esposito, found in a river as an orphaned child with wounds on her neck, is mute and communicates through sign language. Living alone in an apartment above a movie theater, she works as a cleaning woman at a secret government laboratory in Baltimore during the Cold War in 1962. Her only friends are her next-door neighbor Giles, a struggling gay advertising illustrator who shares a strong bond with her, and her co-worker Zelda, an African-American woman who also serves as her interpreter at work.In short, the heroine sabotages America during the Cold War because she can't keep her legs shut and resist the urge to have sex with an amphibian.
Hollywood gets weirder by the day.
During his acceptance speech, director Guillermo del Toro said, "I am an immigrant" and called for open borders:
The actual best film of the year, Blade Runner 2049, a movie centered around a beaten-down cop living in a multicultural hellhole who tries to escape the world by holing himself up in his apartment with his holographic waifu, only took home one award for best cinematography.
Perhaps if director Denis Villeneuve had Blade Runners chasing duck-billed platypuses for sexual relationships rather than chasing humanoid "replicants" to maintain order in society he could have won best picture.
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