PJ Media reports that Netflix is under investigation after streaming an Argentinian film that includes an explicit, sexualized scene involving two pre-pubescent-aged girls.
What are the details of the film?
The film, titled "Desire," is about "Lucía and Ofelia, two sisters," who "finally meet after [seven] years at Lucia's wedding. But when Juan, Lucia's husband, and Ofelia meet, they feel like a disruptive fantasy have enchanted their minds and bodies," according to an IMDB film synopsis.
The film is rated 4/10 stars at IMDB.
PJ Media describes the offending opening scene in question as two young girls — approximately aged seven and nine years — experimenting with pillows and playing what the site calls "horse."
According to PJ Media's Megan Fox:
The older girl begins to obviously masturbate as the younger child watches. The camera even takes this scene into a closeup of the child's face in slow motion, moving up and down and panting like a porn star. The scene is graphic and includes an orgasm.
On Wednesday, Fox revealed that the media organization reported the incident to the Federal Bureau of Investigation as well as the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
According to Fox, an investigation into the film has been launched.
The clip reached notoriety after circulating on Facebook, according to Fox.
It's important to note that it is a crime to circulate child pornography.
At the time of this writing, the film is still available to stream on the platform.
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