- - Wednesday, December 13, 2017

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

There is no shame in Hollywood. It is not enough that we are in the midst of an avalanche of sexual-predation revelations, but now Hollywood is pouring accolades and rave reviews on “Call Me By Your Name,” a film that depicts the sensual affair between a 17-year-old boy and 24-year-old man (“Acclaimed film of boy-man love raises hackles in Hollywood,” Web, Dec. 12). There is even talk of an Academy Award nomination for best picture, and the film has garnered three Golden Globe Awards nominations.

Nothing, it seems, is too perverse for Hollywood not to put on the screen. Unacceptable sexual behavior on the part of a man toward a woman is amoral enough, but homosexual pedophilia rates on a much lower rung of the moral ladder. Hollywood seeks to spread its decadence to all of society. This film needs to be relegated to the cesspool of moral degradation and shame on anyone who goes to see it.

ZOLTAN KOROSSY

Kensington


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