On Wrinkles & Furrowed Brows

Back when I saw Dunkirk in the theater, they had a preview of the upcoming A Wrinkle In Time, directed by Ava DuVernay (the angry black woman who also directed Selma) and boy did it look atrocious. Trendy P.C. casting (now a new norm) and pro-feminism “messages” were apparent in even the trailer. From a Fox News article on the film’s advance bad reviews, there’s this awesome and revealing passage:

The movie’s main character, Meg Murray, is described in the novel as a redheaded girl, but DuVernay cast African-American actress Storm Reid. DuVernay’s Meg is supposed to be biracial, with a white father (played by “Star Trek” actor Chris Pine) and a black mother (played by “Black Mirror” actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw).

DuVernay, who directed the civil rights film “Selma,” told the New York Times she selected Australian actor Levi Miller to play Meg’s friend “because that was so powerful, to show a white boy following a black girl” throughout the movie.

This is what they want. All across Culture, it is revenge time. White males need to get to the back of the bus.

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