Luckiest Girl Alive is the most talked about and most watched movie on Netflix right now. Everyone is watching, and many people have the same criticism of the film starring Mila Kunis (39) in the lead role. According to many viewers, there should be a warning because of that one erotic scene, which leads to abuse without warning.
Where Netflix was previously quite chaste, the streaming service has shed all hesitation in that area. Erotic thrillers like 365 Days score like a crazy, the movie blonde about Marilyn Monroe is ‘too spicy’ and we could go on and on. Now it is mainly one specific scene that catches the eye.
Luckiest Girl Alive is the most watched movie right now
Luckiest Girl Alive is a Netflix film about a New York writer, played by Mila Kunis (and the younger version by Chiara Aurelia). Her perfect life begins to explode when she is confronted with her school past through a true-crime documentary.
Worldwide is Luckiest Girl Alive the most watched movie on Netflix right now, according to data from Flixpatrol. The psychological thriller is also number one in the Netherlands. However, critics are less enthusiastic. For example, the film starring Mila Kunis on Rotten Tomatoes only scores a 43% score among critics and 75% among the audience. On IMDb, the rating is 6.4 out of 10.
Netflix under fire for erotic scene with Mila Kunis
Nevertheless, the Netflix film is watched en masse. And when something is looked at a lot, it is also talked about a lot. And when the ball starts rolling over an erotic scene, the turnips are done. Viewers find that an erotic scene with Ani goes very far and contains gross sexual violence. The clip from the film is, according to viewers, “too long” and “too realistic”. Many viewers are therefore asking for an official warning for Luckiest Girl Alive. “It is a beautiful film with very strong acting by Mila Kunis, among others. But Netflix, please give a warning next time.”
TW sexual abuse/rape
If you’ve ever experienced rape or sexual abuse, know that “Luckiest Girl Alive” on Netflix is about this. Doesn’t appear from the description, I’ve been knocked off my path for a while.
— Dominika Tulip (@DominikaTulp) October 10, 2022
If someone is thinking about watching #LuckiestGirlAlive on Netflix then please make sure to read all the warnings!! The story is about a real woman anc it’s absolutely phenomenal but at the same time REALLY triggering
— • 국진 (@Dev_jinkook) October 7, 2022
#LuckiestGirlAlive broke my heart all over again. Mostly for the younger version of myself; the woman who somehow climbed her way out from the darkness of domestic violence and sexual assault.
For next time @netflixtrigger warnings.
I’m still climbing
— Anna Patricia (@apatriciapear) Oct 9, 2022
#LuckiestGirlAlive fucked me up. Please read the warnings on the rating before you dive in. That being said, it’s important, well made, and a true story of a woman with the kind of courage I aspire to have one day. Mila Kunis + Chiara Aurelia are excellent
— Kendall 🦢👑 (@Kendall_Claire) October 7, 2022
This was a beautiful movie but it comes with a lot of triggers shame🥺 it has rape scenes, it also shows what rape victims go through and the things they have to do deal with afterwards 🥺so before watching be warned you’ll definitely cry pic.twitter.com/QA0m52qP6K
— Nonhlanhla Mfengwana (@mfengwanan1) Oct 9, 2022
be careful watching #LuckiestGirlAlive it’s very triggering and may have shown too much of the rape scenes but has an amazing performance by everyone involved. Ani is so strong and i hate the mother sm
— lai🍑 (@angefkcnllene) October 7, 2022
yeah um luckiest girl alive needs a massive trigger warning on it i am so sick to my stomach right now watching this wtf
— ally (@divinekarmaaa) Oct 9, 2022
the #LuckiestGirlAlive assault scene is so jarring and long and *realistic* and does NOT have the TWs to warn you. My heart rate spiked immediately bc of how relatable it was. I’ve always been able to sit through them in movies/shows but this was another level. just fyi
— reb (@rebmasel) October 10, 2022
In addition to the violent erotic scene in Luckiest Girl Alive there is also a lot of criticism of a school shooting. The film, which was also produced by Mila Kuns, is now available on Netflix.
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