Earlier this year, Sony Pictures Entertainment released the movie "Peter Rabbit." In the movie, a character with a food allergy is intentionally targeted. Other characters attack him with the food he is allergic to which causes anaphylaxis.
It’s day by day. If we go anywhere outside of the house she needs to discuss her plan to eat as she’s afraid of the epi pen now. I told Sony shame on them. There was no need to have that in the movie. Let alone the rabbits trying to kill the lead by his food allergy.
Awww ... I hate that she doesn't feel safe right now. Please feel free to start a new topic about this on our main support community so that you can get support and encouragement from parents who have been in similar situations.
Thank you for making it easy for us to "write" to Sony Pictures. How does this stupid scene make it through the creative/editing processes at Sony?! Don't they test movies with a test audience? The biggest issue I have with this scene is that it's the "hero" (i.e., the one the kids are rooting for to "win") that comes up with the sadistic idea. Other movies have accidental food allergy scenes which are much more acceptable. But to have the hero purposely try to remove the human via an...
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